Exploring treatment attendance and its relationship to outcome in a randomized controlled trial of treatment for alcohol problems: secondary analysis of the UK Alcohol Treatment Trial (UKATT).

@article{Dale2011ExploringTA,
  title={Exploring treatment attendance and its relationship to outcome in a randomized controlled trial of treatment for alcohol problems: secondary analysis of the UK Alcohol Treatment Trial (UKATT).},
  author={Veronica Dale and Simon Coulton and Caroline Godfrey and Alvaro Copello and Ray Hodgson and Nick Heather and Jim Orford and Duncan Raistrick and Gary P Slegg and Gillian Tober},
  journal={Alcohol and alcoholism},
  year={2011},
  volume={46 5},
  pages={592-9}
}
AIMS To identify client characteristics that predict attendance at treatment sessions and to investigate the effect of attendance on outcomes using data from the UK Alcohol Treatment Trial. METHODS Logistic regression was used to determine whether there were characteristics that could predict attendance and then continuation in treatment. Linear regression was used to explore the effects of treatment attendance on outcomes. RESULTS There were significant positive relationships between… CONTINUE READING

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