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FRESH - Facilitating Return to work through Early Specialist Health-based interventions

Project title: FRESH - Facilitating Return to work through Early Specialist Health-based interventions

Call to action: 11/66 Return to work after traumatic brain injury

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Dr Kathryn RadfordORCID logo

Lead Author: Dr Kathryn RadfordORCID logo

Contractor: The University of Nottingham

Cost: £503,295.20

Co-investigators: Dr Andy Tyerman, Dr Christopher SuttonORCID logo, Dr David ShakespeareORCID logo, Dr Edith Playford, Dr Richard Greenwood, Mr Trevor JonesORCID logo, Mrs Gemma Whiteley, Mrs Jain Holmes, Mrs Lelia DuleyORCID logo, Ms Julie PhillipsORCID logo, Professor Alison HammondORCID logo, Professor Avril DrummondORCID logo, Professor Bipinchandra Bhakta, Professor Dame Caroline WatkinsORCID logo, Professor Marion WalkerORCID logo, Professor Tracey SachORCID logo.

Started: March 2013 | Status: Published June 2018

ISRCTN: 38581822

This study demonstrated feasibility across most objectives and although recruitment and retention were lower than planned, strategies to improve them in a full trial were identified.

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