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Sunlows jan2014 updated

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SUNLOWS poster January 31st 2014

SUNLOWS poster January 31st 2014

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  • 1. SUNLOWS TRIES TO MAKE THE SUBJECT OF RESEARCH USER-FRIENDLY FRIDAY JANUARY 31ST 2-4PM @MHRNSLSEHub The START trial is a multicentre pragmatic clinical RCT comparing Multi-systemic Therapy with carefully documented Management as Usual. It is aimed at adolescents at high risk of requiring out-of-home placement, specifically when this risk is associated with antisocial behaviour, including conviction as a young offender. The study aims to inform policymakers, service commissioners, professionals, service users and their families about its potential in the UK. It will also produce data on the clinical and cost-effectiveness of standard services offered to young people with serious antisocial behaviour problems. Room 1.21, Franklin-Wilkins building, Waterloo Campus Stamford Street, London SE1 8WA Please call or email to book a place: 020 7848 5015 www.sunlows.org.uk ----- info@sunlows.org.uk Future SUNLOWS dates for your diary: Friday 28th February Friday 28th March We always value your feedback! The Mental Health Research Network is part of the NIHR Clinical Research Network, which supports research to make patients, and the NHS, better. Follow the South London & South East Hub on Twitter and Facebook: START: presented by Rachel Haley MHRN South London & South East Hub SUNLOWS

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