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Brief Education Supported Treatment (BEST) for adolescent borderline personality disorder: A feasibility study of delivery of specialised, early intervention for borderline personality disorder through collaboration with education providers, incorporating a feasibility randomised controlled trial

Project title: Brief Education Supported Treatment (BEST) for adolescent borderline personality disorder: A feasibility study of delivery of specialised, early intervention for borderline personality disorder through collaboration with education providers, incorporating a feasibility randomised controlled trial

Call to action: 17/09 17/09 Services to support early intervention and self-care for children and young people referred to Children and Young People's Mental Health services / CAMHS

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Dr Jonathan WilsonORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-5279-6237

Contractor: Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust

Cost: £351,045.60

Co-investigators: Dr Allan Clark, Dr Brioney Gee, Dr Caitlin Notley, Dr David Turner, Dr Jamie Murdoch, Dr Nicola Martin, Dr Sarah Maxwell, Dr Timothy Clarke, Professor Peter Fonagy, Professor Peter Jones.

Started: November 2018 | Status: Research in progress

ISRCTN: 16862589 | PROSPERO registration: CRD42018102830

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