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The process of stopping recruitment and trial treatment in a trial of a psychological therapy for people with personality disorder following a safety alert
The study team were advised by the independent oversight committees to stop recruitment to the trial and the delivery of the trial therapy due to a difference in the number of reported hospitalisations between the treatment ...
'Things often get worse before they get better': Participants' responses to the cessation of recruitment and trial treatment in a trial of a psychological therapy for people with personality disorder following a safety alert. (A missed opportunity for collaboration?)
The study team were advised by the independent oversight committees to stop trial recruitment and the delivery of trial therapy due to a difference in the number of reported hospitalisations between the treatment and control ...
Barriers to and facilitators of treatment engagement for clients with personality disorder: A Delphi survey
Clients with personality disorder (PD) can encounter difficulties engaging in psychosocial therapy. One way to address this is to identify the factors that contribute to their low engagement. The Multifactor Offender ...
Non-completion of personality disorder treatments: A systematic review of correlates, consequences, and interventions
Non-completion of treatment is a major concern in the provision of therapies for people diagnosed with personality disorder, with adverse consequences for services, therapists, and other patients. Of even greater concern ...
The views of male forensic inpatients on how treatment for personality disorder works
Although there are now a number of psychological therapies for personality disorder, there has been relatively little research into the processes by which these therapies work. One way to explore this is to seek patients' ...