Michael Curtis, Professor Paul Dietze, Amy Kirwan, Shelley Walker
Burnet were commissioned by Salvation Army to explore the role and value of the 24 hour NSP service provided in St Kilda
? Analysing data collected by the service to identify service use patterns and volumes across business hours and after hours;
? Collecting and analysing primary data from staff and service users on their experiences and needs, particularly those accessing the service after hours;
? Analysing research data held by Burnet Institute (collected during the SuperMIX study) to identify service user experiences and outcomes.
Clients and staff of St Kilda NSP
Mixed methods utilising secondary data analysis and collection of primary quantitative and qualitative data. Use of retrospective data from SuperMIX and IDRS.
The 24 hour NSP will be continued.
Study completed in January 2019
For more information relating to this project, please contact Amy Kirwan: