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HTA - 16/167/76

The effect on relapse of Culturally-adapted Family Intervention (CaFI) compared to usual care among African & Caribbean people diagnosed with psychosis in the UK: a Randomised Controlled Trial

Project title: The effect on relapse of Culturally-adapted Family Intervention (CaFI) compared to usual care among African & Caribbean people diagnosed with psychosis in the UK: a Randomised Controlled Trial

Call to action: 16/167 16/167 HTA CET, HTA EoI to Full Form, closing 5 April 2017

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Dr Dawn EdgeORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0003-1139-6613

Contractor: Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust

Cost: £2,343,597.62

Co-investigators: Dr Claire Henderson, Dr Gillian Doody, Dr Jonathan Evans, Dr Lesley-Anne Carter, Dr Louisa Codjoe, Dr Richard Drake, Dr Shanaya Rathod, Dr Shubulade Smith, Professor Anthony Morrison, Professor Katherine Berry, Professor Kathryn Abel, Professor Linda Davies, Professor Paul Wilson, Professor Swaran Singh.

Started: April 2019 | Status: Research in progress

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