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HTA - 16/153/14

Supporting harm reduction through peer support (SHARPS): Testing the feasibility and acceptability of a peer-delivered, relational intervention for people with problem substance use who are homeless to improve health outcomes, quality of life and social functioning, and reduce harms

Project title: Supporting harm reduction through peer support (SHARPS): Testing the feasibility and acceptability of a peer-delivered, relational intervention for people with problem substance use who are homeless to improve health outcomes, quality of life and social functioning, and reduce harms

Call to action: 16/153 16/153 Harm reduction intervention for severe drug and/or alcohol dependence among people who are homeless

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Dr Tessa Parkes

Contractor: University of Stirling

Cost: £375,630.00

Co-investigators: Associate Professor Bernadette Pauly, Dr Adam Burley, Dr Hannah Carver, Dr John Budd, Dr Maria Fotopoulou, Mr Dave Liddell, Mr Jason Wallace, Professor Catriona Matheson, Professor Graeme MacLennan, Professor Isobel Anderson.

Started: May 2018 | Status: Research in progress

ISRCTN: 15900054

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