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A multi-centre randomised controlled trial comparing the effectiveness of enhanced motivational interviewing with usual care for reducing cardiovascular risk

Project title: A multi-centre randomised controlled trial comparing the effectiveness of enhanced motivational interviewing with usual care for reducing cardiovascular risk

Call to action: 10/62 Interventions to support changes in diet and physical activity in people with high cardiovascular risk

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Khalida IsmailORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0001-6084-449X

Lead Author: Professor Khalida IsmailORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0001-6084-449X

Contractor: King's College London

Cost: £2,421,064.16

Co-investigators: Dr Daniel Stahl, Dr Kirsty Winkley, Dr Mark Ashworth, Dr Nicole de Zoysa, Professor Anne Greenough, Professor Derek Cook, Professor Janet Treasure, Professor Paul McCrone, Professor Peter Whincup.

Started: January 2013 | Status: Published December 2019

ISRCTN: 84864870

Enhanced motivational interviewing, in group or individual formats, did not reduce weight or increase physical activity in adults with high cardiovascular disease risk.

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