ACTIVITIES MONITORING FORM Please complete the following form for any event or activity you have undertaken. Activity Name: Unique Activity Code: (leave blank - for completion by See Me Team) Activity Aims: START DATE: END DATE : (if different from start date) Total Number Of Beneficiaries: Number Of New Sign Ups TYPE OF ACTIVITY (please tick all that apply) TYPE OF STIGMA ADDRESSED (please tick all that apply) Arts event Structural stigma Conference Direct stigma Curriculum pack Self stigma Exhibition Stigma by association Focus group / interviews Launch Lecture / Talk TYPE OF APPROACH USED (please tick all that apply) Education Press release / other media activity Protest Social media activity Social contact Parliamentary reception Other (please describe) Pledge signing Roadshow Screening THEME OF ACTIVITY Children and young people Sporting event Health and social care Survey Workplace Training Other (please describe): Social movement TARGET GROUP(S) (Please tick all that apply) Other (please describe): General population Working age adults (65+) People with lived experience of mental health problems BME communities Carers of people with lived experience of mental health problems LGBT communities Women Media Men Employers Children and young people (0-17) Employees Young adults (18-25) Health and social care professionals Other (please describe): Location of Activity International Health Board UK wide Local Authority Scotland Neighbourhood Postcode / area in Scotland: HOW HAVE PEOPLE WITH LIVED EXPERIENCE BEEN INVOLVED IN THIS ACTIVITY? ( Please tick all that apply) Developing of designing the activity Delivering the activity Managing the activity Leading the activity Other (please describe): Activity DEVELOPMENT partners People with lived experience See Me Staff Activity DELIVERY partners People with lived experience See Me Staff Activity MANAGEMENT partners People with lived experience See Me Staff Change Network Change Network Change Network SAMH SAMH SAMH MHF MHF MHF MH COOP Other (please describe): MH COOP Other (please describe): MH COOP Other (please describe): WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SEE ME OUTCOMES DOES THIS ACTIVITY ADDRESS? ( Please tick all that apply) People with lived experience increasingly imagine a life without stigma and discrimination and demand their rights Concerns about stigma and discrimination become less of a barrier to talking about mental health problems and seeking help The rights of people with lived-experience are increasingly met Diverse leaders and organisations champion the elimination of stigma and discrimination and take relevant action themselves Negative stereotyping is reduced in targeted settings and communities National and local policies increasingly and explicitly address stigma and discrimination Increased understanding of nature, source and effects of stigma and discrimination and what works in tackling it Specific Activity Outputs: HOW WAS ACTIVITY PROMOTED? (please tick all that apply) Direct email Postal mail out Traditional media Website Other (please describe): Value of Promotional Materials Distributed Value of Publicity – Column Inches Value of Publicity – Advertising Value Equivalent DEFINITIONS Types of Stigma Direct stigma can be experienced as negative attitudes or direct discrimination towards individuals with a mental health condition. Structural stigma can be perpetuated by social institutions and experienced as inequity in terms of employment, funding for mental health care or mortality rates. Stigma by association can be experienced by those who are in some way connected to an individual who has a stigmatised condition. Self-stigma is the internalisation of perceived stigma and is experienced by some individuals with mental health conditions. Types of approach Protest activities highlight injustice and offenders leading to change in policy, approach and behaviour. Education activities challenge inaccurate stereotypes and promote factual information. Social Contact activities involve interaction between those with mental health problems and the general public.