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PRODIGY: Prevention and treatment of long term social disability amongst young people with emerging severe mental illness: A randomised controlled trial

Project title: PRODIGY: Prevention and treatment of long term social disability amongst young people with emerging severe mental illness: A randomised controlled trial

Call to action: 10/104 HTA Clinical Evaluation and Trials Open call

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor David FowlerORCID logo

Lead Author: Professor David FowlerORCID logo

Contractor: Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Cost: £1,449,395.20

Co-investigators: Associate Professor Paul FrenchORCID logo, Dr Joanne HodgekinsORCID logo, Dr Jonathan WilsonORCID logo, Dr Rick Fraser, Dr Rory ByrneORCID logo, Dr Sophie ParkerORCID logo, Professor Alison YungORCID logo, Professor Caitlin NotleyORCID logo, Professor Garry BartonORCID logo, Professor Kathryn GreenwoodORCID logo, Professor Lee Shepstone, Professor Robin BanerjeeORCID logo.

Started: September 2015 | Status: Published November 2021

ISRCTN: 47998710

The addition of social recovery therapy did not significantly increase weekly hours in structured activity at 15 months among young people with emerging severe mental illness.

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