Group therapy for adolescents with repeated self harm: randomised controlled trial with economic evaluation

@inproceedings{Green2011GroupTF,
  title={Group therapy for adolescents with repeated self harm: randomised controlled trial with economic evaluation},
  author={Jonathan Green and Anthony J G Wood and Michael Kerfoot and Gemma Trainor and Christopher Roberts and James J Rothwell and Adrine Woodham and Eunice Ayodeji and Barbara K Barrett and S Byford and Richard C Harrington},
  booktitle={BMJ},
  year={2011}
}
OBJECTIVE To examine the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of group therapy for self harm in young people. DESIGN Two arm, single (assessor) blinded parallel randomised allocation trial of a group therapy intervention in addition to routine care, compared with routine care alone. Randomisation was by minimisation controlling for baseline frequency of self harm, presence of conduct disorder, depressive disorder, and severity of psychosocial stress. PARTICIPANTS Adolescents aged 12-17… CONTINUE READING
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