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Clinical and cost-effectiveness of a personalised health promotion intervention enabling independence in older people with mild frailty ('HomeHealth'): A Randomised Controlled Trial
Project title: Clinical and cost-effectiveness of a personalised health promotion intervention enabling independence in older people with mild frailty ('HomeHealth'): A Randomised Controlled Trial
Call to action: 18/144 18/144 HTA Frailty Themed Call (Primary Research)
Research type: Primary Research
Chief investigator: Professor Kate Walters
Contractor: University College London
Co-investigators: Dr Benjamin Gardner, Dr Christina Avgerinou, Dr Louise Marston, Dr Rachael Frost, Dr Rachael Hunter, Ms Jane Hopkins, Professor Andrew Clegg, Professor Claire Goodman, Professor Claudia Cooper, Professor Dawn Skelton, Professor Jill Manthorpe, Professor Philippa Logan, Professor Vari Drennan.
Started: May 2020 | Status: Research in progress
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