The co-authors were then consulted at regular intervals during the review process to discuss the emerging results, and to resolve any issues arising in the search process. 2017;10(3):229–37. Abbreviations of names of tools in Tables below are suggested; some have been suggested by the creators of the tools themselves, others have been originally used by previous review authors. 2006. http://www.hse.ie/eng/services/publications/Mentalhealth/Mental_Health_-_A_Vision_for_Change.pdf. This description links closely with the ethos of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s), and goal number three in particular which is concerned with health and wellbeing across the life-course [31]. In recent years media reports and newspaper articles have begun to use these terms more frequently and without adequate explanation when reporting on a wide variety of societal problems and this seems only to add to the confusion around this terminology [23, 24]. (Ed. The steps include (i) identifying research questions, (ii) identifying all relevant studies, (iii) selecting significant studies, (iv) charting the relevant data, and then (v) summarising and reporting the results. Behav. The searches carried out were limited to papers in English, and those published since the year 2000. A total of 170 documents were included in the final scoping review. 2015;3(4):52–62. Geneva: International Labour Organization; 1997. Le Boutillier C, Croucher A. Accessed 11 Jul 2017. Having located the background literature naming each tool, attempts were made to contact the authors of each tool by email. Petersen VA, Ellis P, Lorenz R, Armbrecht E. An interventional study of guiding homeless persons to self-reliance using the outcomes star™ for homelessness. 17. The impact of psychosis on social inclusion and associated factors. The majority of these tools were developed for measuring these concepts in mental health settings, and it is not clear why this field predominates. To determine the exclusion of adolescents in social relations, the Social Exclusion Scale … Publications for inclusion had to relate primarily to social exclusion or social inclusion and their measurement in relation to health. Photo description: Food bank in Den Bosch, providing relief to 646 clients. 2013. http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/89966/1/9789241506021_eng.pdf?ua=1. The social quality of Europe. Gill P, MacLeod U, Lester H, Hegenbarth A. 2007. http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTECONEVAL/Resources/SocialExclusionReviewDraft.pdf. To provide an impetus for research on the interactive nature of exclusion, we … Accessed 23 Nov 2016. Open Med. The domains covered by these tools varied widely and some of the tools were quite narrow in the areas of focus. Accessed 14 Oct 2016. Taking account of the recommendations arising from the … Eur J Homelessness. The majority of these tools were designed for use in mental health settings. Several review papers list some of the many definitions, and compare the elements that these definitions do and do not include [9, 14, 42, 43]. The final SEKN report summarised that “social exclusion processes result in a continuum of inclusion/exclusion characterized by inequalities in; access to resources (means that can be used to meet human needs), capabilities (the relative power people have to utilize the resources available to them) and rights. Yanicki SM, Kushner KE, Reutter L. Social inclusion/exclusion as matters of social (in)justice: a call for nursing action. This may demonstrate that health policies and health system interventions aimed at marginalised and socially excluded groups have tangible benefits. We included a number of review papers, mostly looking at mental health, adding to the likelihood that all relevant individual measurement tools were included. Power A. 2004. http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/+/http:/www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/media/cabinetoffice/social_exclusion_task_force/assets/publications_1997_to_2006/seu_leaflet.pdf. No external funding was applied for or used in the conduct of this research. A brief measure of vocational activity and community participation: development and reliability of the activity and participation questionnaire. This SDG mentions the effective management of conditions such as HIV and substance abuse and the introduction of universal health coverage among other targets. Social inclusion: origins, concepts and key themes: Australian Institute of Family Studies. 2010;32(12):1043–50. Waiting list-controlled evaluation of a participatory arts course for people experiencing mental health problems. Any difficulties with search process arising were discussed with KE at regular intervals. Article  What is needed. Accessed 04 May 2017. SOCIAL EXCLUSION: CONCEPT, APPLICATION, AND SCRUTINY 5 This will obviously include Asia, since the paper is being written for use in the Asian Development Bank. For the exclusion criteria documents such as conference abstracts and book reviews, publications not relating primarily to social exclusion or social inclusion and its measurement in relation to health and publications reporting on biological or physiological responses to exclusion were omitted. Ment Retard. 2016. https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/sdg3. A selection of the definitions cited in the papers is included in Table 1, Additional file 1 and other commonly cited definitions are listed in Tables 3 and 4 below. Its results show how both the perception of necessities and the level of poverty have evolved in the last 20 years. Accessed 12 July 2017. All authors have reviewed the final manuscript for submission. Developing the Social Exclusion Scale for the Persons with Disabilities (SESPD): Validity and Reliability Study Yunus Bucuka* Abstract: There are various problems in the field of disability. This review identified 22 relevant measurement tools across the peer-reviewed and grey literature. This scoping review was therefore developed to address the following specific questions: how are social exclusion and social inclusion defined in relation to health, and how are social exclusion and social inclusion measured at the individual level in healthcare settings. Clin Scholars Rev. A Vision for Change: Report of the Expert Group on Mental Health Policy: Government of Ireland. (2018) 25:410–420 411 Promoting Mental Health: Concepts, Emerging Pvidence, Practice: World Health Organization. The World Bank. A subgroup of the Commission, called the Social Exclusion Knowledge Network (SEKN), was established in 2006 to investigate and report definitively on the relationship between these two concepts. Some of the 22 tools included were previously validated and evaluated, others were not, and this was not taken into account for this publication. The meanings of the phrase “social exclusion”, and the closely associated term “social inclusion”, are contested in the literature. Completion of the majority (20/21) of the tools involved self-reported questionnaires or interviews of patients by staff of researchers. Ment Health Pract. This is a veritable explosion of concern. : Downtown Emergency Service Center (DESC). https://doi.org/10.3399/bjgp13X675223. Accessed 05 Aug 2017. 2008;71(5):216–9. Efforts were made to obtain a copy of each of the original tools, and all relevant background literature. It is notable that none of the tools stated that its aim was to measure only social exclusion. 2001. http://apps.who.int/classifications/icfbrowser/. The impression of an The authors of a review on social inclusion and global mental health that included this SIS tool explained that “a variety of terms, including ‘social inclusion’ and ‘social integration’, are used interchangeably in both research and policy documents” [57]. When we look more closely at this tool, all of the domains it covers overlap with those of other social inclusion measures described in Table 2. 2000. http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/74234/1/Document.pdf. 2006;28(4):193–203. One row of Table 1 is incomplete as we were unable to obtain the original Human Givens (HG) tool [40], and we had to rely on scant secondary information to describe this measure [41]. Ginzler JA, Monroe-DeVita M. Downtown Emergency Service Center’s Vulnerability Assessment Tool for individuals coping with chronic homelessness: A psychometric analysis: The University of Washington. Preliminary development and validation of an Australian community participation questionnaire: types of participation and associations with distress in a coastal community. Social development: Sector results profile. What we know. 2008. http://www.outcomesstar.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/Q_Outcomes-Star-Impact-and-good-practice.pdf. It makes sense that the two domains most frequently found in the 22 individual tools displayed in Table 2 are Social Networks and Community; these are referred to in 22/22 and 17/22 respectively. Vos T, Allen C, Arora M, Barber RM, Bhutta ZA, Brown A, et al. 2003. http://ec.europa.eu/employment_social/soc-prot/soc-incl/final_joint_inclusion_report_2003_en.pdf. Burchardt T, Le Grand J, Piachaud D. Degrees of exclusion: developing a dynamic, multidimensional measure. This may have been because the SEKN team only discussed the measurement of exclusion at global, regional and country level; there was no analysis of individual level measurement. Wolfensberger W. Social role valorization: a proposed new term for the principle of normalization. (2018) 25:410–420 411 Omtzigt concluded that that “definitions are caught between trying to provide an exhaustive list of everything the socially excluded is excluded from and listing the processes underlying the poverty and social exclusion” [22]. World Health Organization. Firstly, critical appraisal of the background papers or the resulting tools was not included as this was beyond the scope of this type of review. Accessed 10 May 2016. Therefore gay people are in fact likely to experience greater economic deprivation and social exclusion in some circumstances precisely because of their sexual orientation. London: Nuffield Provincial Hospitals Trust; 1995. Having somewhere secure to live tends to be considered a fundamental need to be dealt with before more complex issues such as health problems can be addressed. The field of primary healthcare is the ideal place to seek to document and analyse social exclusion in relation to health. Significantly, none of the 22 individual tools discovered were specifically developed or used in general primary healthcare settings. Accessed 20 Aug 2017. Accessed 15 Sep 2016. 2nd ed. Asia Pacific J Soc Work Dev. These terms could be considered more optimistic and acceptable than the negative terms often used to explain the concept of social exclusion. The basis for this goal is the idea that an individual with mental illness who receives appropriate and timely treatment will eventually become more engaged and included in society, making it more likely that they will be able to re-enter the workforce and contribute. Additional file 1 summarises the background literature relating to each of the 22 tools selected for this scoping review. Indicators of Social Exclusion and Inclusion: A Critical and Comparative Analysis of the Literature: Institute of Population Health University of Ottawa. The domains these tools cover are also very similar to the domains covered by those tools explicitly stating that they are measures of social inclusion. The strengths of this scoping review include the fact that a wide range of databases and grey literature sources were searched by the authors. 2014;7(1):30–41. We have listed the measurement tools developed for use with individual patients in healthcare settings. Accessed 10 Dec 2016. Margrove KL, Heydinrych K, Secker J. In: Taket A, Crisp BR, Nevill A, Lamaro G, Graham M, Barter-Godfrey S, editors. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2005. p. 196–223. ), EESAP02 : 2nd European Conference on Energy Efficiency and Sustainability in Architecture and Planning (pp. Ramon S, Griffiths CA, Nieminen I, Pedersen M, Dawson I. SE is associated with socioeconomic inequalities in health, and its measurement in routine public health monitoring is considered key to designing effective health policies. Graduate Entry Medical School, University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland, School of Medicine, Clinical Science Institute, National University of Ireland, Room 342, Galway, Ireland, You can also search for this author in The background papers reported in Additional file 1 highlight that the work associated with these tools has been published in a wide variety of research areas including journals relating to psychiatry, general mental health, occupational therapy, disability, rehabilitation, development, homelessness and social inclusion itself. The Social Inclusion Scale (SIS) has three subscales measuring social isolation, relations and acceptance. It’s as simple – and as complicated – as that” [17]. This may explain why governments and others have adopted the positive language of social inclusion when developing policies or even establishing initiatives (e.g. Articles within this special edition explore social exclusion from a range of perspectives, with an emphasis on the needs of people who experience mental health problems. 2008;13(2):4–15. 2016;126(2):657–72. The government of the United Kingdom (UK) had also championed the idea of focusing on exclusion, establishing a specific Social Exclusion Unit (SEU) in 1997, which became part of the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister to drive this agenda across government departments and policymaking activity [3, 8, 9]. This reflects the suggestion that improving the health status of such socially excluded groups may improve the health of the population as a whole. London: Palgrave MacMillan; 2000. The LCQ was a tool produced by adding questions on topics such as housing and physical health to the existing APQ-6 tool following feedback from relevant groups. Several reports and papers tabulate and compare the various definitions [11, 14, 43]. It is very helpful in the search for viable constructs on which to do sound scientific research. 165-172). There were a number of limitations to this scoping review. As primary healthcare is the point of initial contact the majority of people have with the health system and it includes such a wide variety of components, it can offer help for many health issues. Encouraging the social inclusion and reintegration of people with mental health problems into society has also become an important policy goal internationally [51, 52]. Existing measures of success in primary healthcare interventions with marginalised patients are generally limited to the traditional disease mortality and morbidity outcomes; but there is the possibility that these do not capture the essence of life and health as a socially-excluded person. Social exclusion is a common part of life. For instance, both online and in-person experiences of ostracism affect people in the same way (Filipkowski & Smyth, 2012). The first survey was fielded in August and September 2009 Data generated or analysed during this study are included in this published article, and in its Additional file. Disabil Rehabil. Furthermore and in contrast to the subjective outcome measures, the more objective number of important people in regular contact was also used as outcome variable. POD is a GP, Clinical Fellow in Social Inclusion and a PhD student at the University of Limerick Graduate Entry Medical School. A sample of the definitions of social exclusion and social inclusion referenced in the background papers for each of the twenty-two tools is also included in Tables 3 and 4. The sample group of the study consisted of 244 female adolescents aged 12-18 living in Cinar district of Diyarbakir. The tools that are listed have been developed and utilised in a number of different countries, and by researchers from various backgrounds and disciplines. The literature pertaining to two of the tools in particular, the SCOPE and the LCQ, highlighted that the authors had conducted extensive searches for existing measures of social exclusion and social inclusion prior to beginning their own work. For example, ‘housing’ is only mentioned in 10/22. Publications to be included were peer-reviewed research, published reports, editorials, commentaries and PhD theses. 2004. http://www.who.int/mental_health/evidence/MH_Promotion_Book.pdf. Use the same measures as the leading consumer researchers! The concept of “social exclusion” has become more prominent in discussions across many disciplines over the last number of decades. A scale generated by Bude and Lantermann was used to assess social exclusion. The empiric and grey literature searches were carried out as detailed above. Social Exclusion and the EU’s Social Inclusion Agenda: Paper Prepared for the EU8 Social Inclusion Study The World Bank. Huxley P, Evans S, Madge S, Webber M, Burchardt T, McDaid D, et al. Accessed 14 Jul 2016. Atkinson AB. This implies that inclusion and exclusion are the opposites of each other. 2015;22(2):121–33. Part of Springer Nature. 2010. http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/+/http:/www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/media/346574/inclusion-health-evidencepack.pdf. 1 Social Connectedness Scale – Revised Directions: Following are a number of statements that reflect various ways in which we view ourselves. World Health Organization. Soc Indic Res. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan; 2004. p. 107–32. This may have been because quantitative scores are easier to conduct and to repeat over time in busy clinical settings, and this is precisely where tools included were mainly intended for use. Daly M. Social Exclusion as Concept and Policy Tempate in the European Union: Center for European Studies Working Paper Series #135: Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies Harvard University. PubMed  2008;55(1):47–56. Poverty in Europe. The literature on social exclusion is, obviously, not for the abstemious. The now disbanded Combat Poverty Agency defined social inclusion as “a series of positive actions to achieve equality of access to goods and services, to assist all individuals participate in their community and society, to encourage the contribution of all persons to social and cultural life and to be aware of, and to challenge all forms of discrimination”, clearly putting an onus on the government to be proactive in this regard [18]. The copyrights for the books sold here as well as the individual scale reviews and the website itself are owned by Dr. Gordon C. Bruner II. Outcome, recovery and return to work in severe mental illnesses. Kawata AK, Revicki DA. Social exclusion influences health directly through its manifestations in the health system and indirectly by affecting economic and other social inequalities that influence health. Globalization and social exclusion in cities: framing the debate with lessons from Africa and Asia. 2001;82(4):429–34. 2000;6(3):201–12. 5.1 The social exclusion of older people: the evidence from ELSA 57 5.2 Policy directions 59 REFERENCES 61 APPENDICES 63 A CONSTRUCTING DIMENSIONS OF EXCLUSION 64 Exclusion from social relationships 64 Exclusion from cultural activities 70 Exclusion from civic activities 72 Exclusion from access to basic services 74 Neighbourhood exclusion 77 Social inclusion and health conditions among Chinese immigrants in Hong Kong and the United Kingdom: an exploratory study. Both of these concepts are important in relation to health and the area of primary healthcare in particular. 2012; https://doi.org/10.3310/hta16010. They were asked to provide a copy of the original tool for scrutiny. For this review, final inclusion and exclusion criteria were developed as the searching and exploration of the resulting papers took place [37]. The outputs of the tools varied substantially: 13/21 reported some form of a score of social exclusion or social inclusion. ‘Social exclusion is a complex and multi-dimensional process. Since my copies of the original books are slowly disintegrating due to the intensive use, I am happy that you are making them available in this way. Criteria included work published in English between January 2000 and January 2017 from any country. 2016;52(8):1113–7. PubMed  Charles Fraser gave a basic explanation of this term in 1999 when he said, “Social inclusion must come down to somewhere to live, something to do and someone to love. To see where opinion on poverty and social exclusion stands, two Eurobarometer surveys have been conducted as part of the European Year for Combating Poverty and Social Exclusion. Mental Health Soc Inclusion. Others felt that this ‘new’ concept could also be seen as more acceptable politically and less stigmatising for those people who are actually affected by it [10, 14]. There were no scales or tools found that were developed for the measurement of social exclusion alone. Levac D, Colquhoun H, O’Brien KK. Social exclusion refers to keeping an individual or group out of social situations. In Ireland, the term social inclusion has been adopted widely and appears frequently in policy documents across various sectors, particularly in health. In: Hills J, Le Grand J, Piachaud D, editors. Accessed 10 Aug 2016. 2016; https://doi.org/10.1093/heapro/daw005. Waghorn G, Chant D, King R. Classifying socially-valued role functioning among community residents with psychiatric disorders. Accessed 10 Aug 2017. Int J Cult Mental Health. Popay and colleagues reported that the definitions used to explain the concept of social exclusion generally fell into two broad categories: those that documented the many things that a person or group could be excluded from and those definitions that sought to explain a broader “relational” approach that looked more closely at the mechanisms and societal imbalances that led to and perpetuated social exclusion [8, 21]. Inclusion Health Evidence Pack: Cabinet Office Social Exclusion Task Force and Department of Health. Report of task group 9: social inclusion and social mobility. Disabil Rehabil. Looking at the selection of definitions of social exclusion in Table 3, it is notable that only those of the UK SEU [59] and the WHO SEKN [8] specifically mentioned health as a factor to be considered in relation to exclusion. There is apparently no measurement tool intended specifically for use in primary healthcare settings for the measurement and monitoring of changes in social inclusion or social exclusion status. Three (3/21) of the tools had both a long and short version of the tool developed; the SCOPE, the Australian Community Participation Questionnaire (ACPQ) and the Participation Scale (PS). 2016;62(2):133–40. In s.n. Bull World Health Organ. The Mail Online. Sustainable development goal 3: ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages. Both tools were developed as part of large-scale commissioned research projects: with the SCOPE tool resulting from work on a Health Technology Assessment carried out for the UK’s National Institute for Health Research, and the LCQ being developed by the Australian Mental Health Outcomes and Classification Network for their Government Mental Health Information Strategy Standing Committee. of interventions aimed at fighting poverty and social exclusion and promoting social inclusion. 2012;36(2):45–50. Gruskin S, Ferguson L. Using indicators to determine the contribution of human rights to public health efforts. Development and preliminary validation of a measure of social inclusion for use in people with mental health problems: the SInQUE. Br J Occup Ther. The specific websites that were searched included those of the United Nations Development Programme, the World Bank and the WHO. Unless otherwise noted, copyrights of the scales themselves are uncertain. Poverty risk, social exclusion, severe financial constraints in the Netherlands and other EU countries in 2017. But results are already starting to come through. The Guardian. Copenhagen: World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe; 2003. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12939-018-0732-1, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12939-018-0732-1, Over 10 million scientific documents at your fingertips, Not logged in 2010. https://www.desc.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/DESC-VAT-WIMHRT.pdf. A scoping review allows us to summarise the characteristics of measures of social exclusion and social inclusion that have previously been developed, and highlight any gaps in the extant evidence. Cabinet Office Social Exclusion Task Force & Department of Health. 2008. http://apo.org.au/system/files/8799/apo-nid8799-90181.pdf. Subsequent research on social exclusion measurement did not seem to rely on the SEKN report for reference or a definition of the concept of social exclusion. 2010;15(1):37–48. World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe. Dickens G, Weleminsky J, Onifade Y, Sugarman P. Recovery star: validating user recovery. 2010;5(1):69. 2014;119(1):121–37. Int J Soc Psychiatry. Levitas R, Pantazis C, Fahmy E, Gordon D, Lloyd E, Patsios D. The Multi-Dimensional Analysis of Social Exclusion: Department of Sociology and School for Social Policy & Institute for Public Affairs University of Bristol. Mental Health Inventory, Social Exclusion Scale and Suicidal Ideation Attributes Scale were administered to the participants. In this study, social exclusion is measured accurately and on a large, cross-national scale, by using social network data from 731 classrooms in England, Germany, and Sweden (CILS4EU data). A scoping review of the peer-reviewed and grey literature was conducted to examine tools developed since 2000 that measure social exclusion or social inclusion. Reliability and validity of the social integration survey (SIS) in patients with schizophrenia. The UK’s Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) and National Health Service (NHS) have developed guidance specific to primary healthcare professionals and health service managers relating to the care of socially excluded groups [27, 29]. Borkhataria C. Social exclusion that leads to ‘fake news’ conspiracy theories could be the secret of Donald Trump's success. This continuum results in health inequities. Aust Occup Ther J. It is obvious that the concepts of social inclusion and exclusion are of great importance to mental health researchers and clinicians. Soc Sci Med. Harrison D, Sellers A. Perceived social exclusion was measured using a scale developed by Bude and Lantermann. 2002;14(1):41–51. We have therefore used the denominator 21 (rather than 22 tools) when describing characteristics of the tools. 2008;17(1):123–35. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs. The tools varied greatly in their design, the scoring systems and the ways they were administered. Labonté RN, Hadi A, Kauffmann XE. 2009;3(2):123–30. 2013. http://www.rcgp.org.uk/news/2013/december/~/media/Files/Policy/A-Z-policy/RCGP-Social-Inclusion-Commissioning-Guide.ashx. There are a wide variety of definitions of both social exclusion and social inclusion documented in the literature. Poverty, social exclusion, and minorities. Evidence is used to generate reports clearly outlining poor health outcomes for socially excluded groups when compared to the general population and then proposals are sought for possible interventions or adaptations to services in primary healthcare settings in order to attempt to close these health gaps [27, 28]. Social Exclusion Unit (SEU) Office of the Deputy Prime Minister. Three of the tools (3/21) were based on previous quantitative surveys or national censuses carried out in their country of origin; the Social Inclusion Questionnaire User Experience (SInQUE), the Social Inclusion Scale/Measure (SIS/SIM) and the APQ-6. The Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication waiver (http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/) applies to the data made available in this article, unless otherwise stated. Stickley T, Shaw R. Evaluating social inclusion. 2010;73(3):136–9. (Philip & Shucksmith 1999. be grounded in a human rights approach to health and the values and principles of primary health care”, and highlighted the need to include “communities experiencing poverty and social exclusion in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of policy and practice” [26]. It is also unclear as to why there are so many of these measurement tools, even in relation to mental health. Social anthropologists argue that exclusion is a process and that identifying and measuring it risks essentialising statistical categories into groups. The process is displayed in the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) flow diagram in Fig. Social work ideals and practice realities. 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