Developed by people with lived experience as part of the National Involvement Partnership (NIP) project, the 4Pi National Standards ensure effective co-production, thus improving experiences of services and support. They were formally launched at the National Survivor User Network's (NSUN's) Annual General Meeting in 2013.
- 4Pi is a simple framework on which to base standards for good practice, and to monitor and evaluate involvement.
- The framework builds on the work on many people: mental health service users and carers and others who have lived and breathed involvement and shared their experiences in various ways, both written and unwritten.
- Meaningful involvement means making a difference: it should improve services and improve the mental health, wellbeing and recovery of everyone experiencing mental distress.
Follow the link below to access 4pi resources and case studies.