Peer Outcomes Protocol Project
The Peer Support Outcomes Protocol (POP) was designed to measure service and programmatic outcomes of self-help, peer support, and consumer operated programs in mental health. Specific outcome modules that are available in the POP include: demographics, service use, employment, community life, quality of life, well-being, and program satisfaction. The protocol was designed by Dr. Jean Campbell of the University of Missouri, in collaboration with staff from the UIC National Research and Training Center on Psychiatric Disability. Read more about the POP and download the protocol and other useful materials by clicking on the links below.