The Client Service Receipt Inventory (CSRI) is a tool used to collect information on the whole range of services and supports study participants may use. This data can be used for a wide range of applications, including estimating the costs of service receipt.
The CSRI has been used in over 500 studies, including international research.
Find out more about the CSRI here, or see examples here.
2. Featured examples of the CSRI
- Goal-oriented rehabilitation in early-stage dementia (GREAT)
- Generic mental health CSRI
- Arthritis study CSRI
- Homestart CSRI
- Economic cost of severe antisocial behaviour in children study
- Chronic pain CSRI
- Do adolescents with eating disorder not otherwise specified or full-syndrome bulimia nervosa differ in clinical severity, comorbidity, risk factors, treatment outcome or cost?
- Effectiveness and costs of acute day hospital treatment compared with conventional in-patient care: randomised controlled trial
- Twelve years on: Service use and costs for people with mental health problems who left psychiatric hospital
- ProCEED: Report of a study of proactive care by practice nurses for people with depression and anxiety
- One-day workshops
- iCST (Individual Cognitive Stimulation Therapy) for people with dementia
4. Early beginnings of the CSRI
5. International versions of the CSRI
6. Comparisons between CSRI and other service use data