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STEPWISE: STructured lifestyle Education for People WIth Schizophrenia

Project title: STEPWISE: STructured lifestyle Education for People WIth Schizophrenia

Call to action: 12/28 12/28 Non-pharmacological interventions to reduce weight gain in people with schizophrenia prescribed antipsychotic medication

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Richard HoltORCID logo

Lead Author: Professor Richard HoltORCID logo

Contractor: Sheffield Health & Social Care NHS Foundation Trust

Cost: £1,919,479.41

Co-investigators: Associate Professor Paul FrenchORCID logo, Dr Alex Mitchell, Dr David ShiersORCID logo, Dr Fiona GaughranORCID logo, Dr Helen Millar, Dr Jonathan Mitchell, Dr Marian CareyORCID logo, Dr Richard Laugharne, Dr Stephen WrightORCID logo, Mr John Pendlebury, Mr Mike BradburnORCID logo, Ms Angela Etherington, Professor Chris DickensORCID logo, Professor Daniel HindORCID logo, Professor Kamlesh KhuntiORCID logo, Professor Katharine Barnard-KellyORCID logo, Professor Melanie DaviesORCID logo, Professor Paul McCroneORCID logo, Professor Shanaya RathodORCID logo, Professor Thomas YatesORCID logo, Professor Tim Kendall.

Started: October 2013 | Status: Published November 2018

ISRCTN: 19447796

A structured lifestyle education programme for people with schizophrenia did not affect weight change after 12 months.

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