Using research to improve quality
Here we share findings from our research. Stride is using our growing evidence base to strengthen our advocacy and improve our services.
Current evaluation projects
Stride has created a new framework to measure our impact and inform quality improvement. We’re training our people to use standardised outcome measures across our services and implementing it through 2020.
After a successful pilot, the University of Wollongong is evaluating our adult support service LikeMind.
We’re also evaluating Stride Kid’s Early Years (0-4 years) programs with the Queensland Centre for Perinatal and Infant Mental Health (QCPIMH), discovering how the program improves infant emotional and social wellbeing, and reduces parenting-related stress.
Floresco, Ipswich (2016) – Findings by the University of Queensland suggest Stride’s integrated service model may improve client outcomes and reduce the burden on the public mental health system.View findings
Floresco, Toowoomba (2018) – The Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation concluded that integrated mental health care in the region was positively received. Significantly improved mental health outcomes were noted in Floresco (now Stride Hub) users over time.View findings
Stride has supported me with the opportunities that have come up for training so I can have paid employment as a barista.Josh, Sydney
Since I have been with Stride I have got my full licence back, bought a car, and found casual work with the support from the staff at Stride.Steven, Newcastle
Conducting research with Stride
Stride conducts research in partnership with universities and other groups to grown our evidence base and make a meaningful contribution to our clients. If you’re interested in partnering with us, please fill out our Contact Form.Contact
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