Edinburgh Clinical Trials

APPRAISE

The study aims to undertake a two-arm, parallel group, individually randomised, pilot study of a self-efficacy enhancing psychosocial alcohol intervention for men on remand in prison.

A two-arm parallel group individually randomised Prison Pilot study of a male Remand Alcohol Intervention for Self-efficacy Enhancement: the APPRAISE study

 

Chief Investigator: Professor Aisha Holloway

 

Number and location of participating sites (by region/ country): Two sites: the Scottish Prison Service (SPS) study site in Scotland (Edinburgh) and Her Majesty’s Prison Service (HMPS) study site in the North East of England (Durham)

EudraCT number: N/A

Number and location of participating sites / geographical scope : 2 UK sites (Durham and Edinburgh)

Funder: NIHR Public Health Research Programme

Start and End date September 2018 to December 2020

Grant award dates: June 2018 to December 2021

Current Status: In follow-up

 

Trial Unblinding Information: N/A

 

Contact details:

Sponsor:

The University of Edinburgh

 

Chief Investigator:

Professor Aisha Holloway

Professor of Nursing Studies

Head of Nursing Studies

Nursing Studies

Room 2M6

School of Health in Social Sciences,

The University of Edinburgh,

The Medical School,

Teviot Place,

Edinburgh.

EH8 9AG

 

 

ECTU involvement: Database, statistics and health economics

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