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Critical Time Intervention for Severely Mentally Ill Released Prisoners: A Randomised Control Trial (CrISP)

Project title: Critical Time Intervention for Severely Mentally Ill Released Prisoners: A Randomised Control Trial (CrISP)

Call to action: 09/1004 09/1004 Research into promising innovations in healthcare delivery in the NHS

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Jenny ShawORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-6278-9030

Lead Author: Professor Jenny Shaw

Contractor: The University of Manchester

Cost: £630,356.62

Co-investigators: Dr Dan Herman, Dr Dawn Edge, Dr Jane Senior, Dr Morven Leese, Dr Nathanael Wright, Miss Manuela Jarrett, Ms Caroline Murphy, Ms Sarah Conover, Professor Ezra Susser, Professor Graham Thornicroft, Professor Max Marshall, Professor Paul McCrone.

Started: January 2012 | Status: Published February 2017

ISRCTN: 98067793

Critical time intervention' increased severely mentally ill released prisoners' contact with community mental health teams 6 weeks after discharge by about 25%.

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