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The RESPECT Study (Randomised Evaluation of Sexual health Promotion Effectiveness informing Care and Treatment): a feasibility study of an intervention aimed at improving the Sexual Health of People with Severe Mental Illness
Project title: The RESPECT Study (Randomised Evaluation of Sexual health Promotion Effectiveness informing Care and Treatment): a feasibility study of an intervention aimed at improving the Sexual Health of People with Severe Mental Illness
Call to action: 14/172 14/172 Improving the sexual health of people with severe mental illness
Research type: Primary Research
Chief investigator: Professor Elizabeth Hughes
Lead Author: Professor Elizabeth Hughes
Contractor: University of Huddersfield
Co-investigators: Dr Judith Watson, Dr Shehzad Ali, Mr Isaac Samuels, Professor Carrie Llewellyn, Professor Catherine Hewitt, Professor Catherine Mercer, Professor Fiona Nolan, Professor I. Sonia Johnson, Professor Jackie Cassell, Professor Simon Gilbody.
Started: February 2016 | Status: Published December 2019
This study suggests that it is both acceptable and feasible to undertake a full sexual health promotion trial for people with serious mental health problems.
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