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The effectiveness of adjunctive Medication Management and Contingency Management to enhance adherence to medications for relapse prevention in alcohol dependence
Project title: The effectiveness of adjunctive Medication Management and Contingency Management to enhance adherence to medications for relapse prevention in alcohol dependence
Call to action: 13/86 13/86 Enhanced adjunctive support and pharmacotherapy for alcohol dependence
Research type: Primary Research
Chief investigator: Professor Colin Drummond
Contractor: King's College London
Co-investigators: Dr Edward Day, Dr James Shearer, Dr Kim Donoghue, Professor Anne Lingford-Hughes, Professor Cate Whittlesea, Professor John Marsden, Professor John Weinman, Professor Julia Sinclair, Professor Sarah Byford, Professor Simon Coulton, Professor Sir John Strang, Professor Thomas Phillips.
Started: December 2014 | Status: Research in progress
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