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HTA - 09/144/50

Randomised controlled trial of the clinical and cost-effectiveness of a contingency management intervention for reduction of cannabis use and of relapse in early psychosis

Project title: Randomised controlled trial of the clinical and cost-effectiveness of a contingency management intervention for reduction of cannabis use and of relapse in early psychosis

Call to action: 09/144 HTA Clinical Trials - July 2010 Board submissions (Jan 2010 deadline)

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor I. Sonia JohnsonORCID logo

Lead Author: Professor I. Sonia JohnsonORCID logo

Contractor: University College London

Cost: £2,069,096.23

Co-investigators: Dr Barnaby Major, Dr Louise MarstonORCID logo, Dr Tim WeaverORCID logo, Mr Mark Hinton, Professor David FowlerORCID logo, Professor Michael KingORCID logo, Professor Paul McCroneORCID logo, Professor Sir John StrangORCID logo, Professor Stephen PillingORCID logo, Professor Steven MarwahaORCID logo, Professor Thomas Jamieson CraigORCID logo.

Started: January 2012 | Status: Published August 2019

ISRCTN: 33576045

This study showed no difference in the time to relapse between the contingency management intervention and treatment as usual at 18 months.

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