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Huband N, McMurran M, Evans C, et al. Social problem-solving plus psychoeducation for adults with personality disorder: pragmatic randomised controlled trial. Br J Psychiatry 2007;190:307–13.
Randomised controlled trial.
Until the end of treatment, mean 24 weeks (range 21–28 weeks).
Five sites in the East Midlands, UK; September 2002 to March 2004.
176 community dwelling adults (aged 18–65 years) with DSM-IV personality disorder. Exclusions: major functional psychosis, insufficient literacy or poor cognitive functioning.
Social problem solving (weekly 2-hour group sessions for up to 16 sessions) plus psychoeducation (three 1-hour sessions received before problem solving) or waiting list control. Both the intervention and control groups also received “treatment as usual” for their condition.
Social problem solving ability …
Sources of funding: National Programme for Forensic Mental Health R&D and the Home Office, UK.
Competing interests: None.
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