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How can we best address prolonged acute hospital stays in older inpatients with medical-psychiatric multimorbidity?: A pragmatic multicentre randomised controlled trial to compare the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of Proactive Liaison Psychiatry with usual care.

Project title: How can we best address prolonged acute hospital stays in older inpatients with medical-psychiatric multimorbidity?: A pragmatic multicentre randomised controlled trial to compare the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of Proactive Liaison Psychiatry with usual care.

Call to action: 15/12 15/12 HS&DR Researcher-led (NIHR Multimorbidities Themed Call)

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Michael SharpeORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-6474-9980

Contractor: University of Oxford

Cost: £2,378,524.72

Co-investigators: Dr Bart Sheehan, Dr Cathy Walsh, Dr Colm Owens, Dr Jane Walker, Dr Stuart Ritchie, Mr Paul Brennan, Mr Simon Walker, Mrs Gillian Skyte, Professor Alistair Burns, Professor Chris Dickens, Professor Christopher Frost, Professor Daniel Lasserson, Professor Ian White, Professor Mark Sculpher, Professor Ray Fitzpatrick, Professor Rowan Harwood, Professor Sarah Lamb, Professor Sasha Shepperd MS DPhil, Professor Tjeerd van Staa.

Started: April 2017 | Status: Research in progress

ISRCTN: 86120296

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