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Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Study protocol: The development of a pilot study employing a randomised controlled design to investigate the feasibility and effects of a peer support program following discharge from a specialist first-episode | Robinson et al. BMC Psychiatry 2010 10 37 http 1471-244X 10 37 BMC Psychiatry STUDY PROTOCOL Open Access Stu dy protocol The development of a pilot study employing a randomised controlled design to investigate the feasibility and effects of a peer support program following discharge from a specialist first-episode psychosis treatment centre Jo Robinson Annie Bruxner Susy Harrigan Sarah Bendall Eoin Killackey Vittoria Tonin Katherine Monson Melissa Thurley Shona Francey and Alison R Yung Abstract Background Young people with first-episode psychosis FEP are at risk of a range of negative outcomes. Specialist FEP services have been developed to provide comprehensive multi-disciplinary treatment. However these services are often available for a restricted period and the services that young people may be transferred to are less comprehensive. This represents a risk of drop out from treatment services in a group already considered to be at risk of disengagement. Peer support groups have been shown to improve social relationships among people with psychosis however individual peer support programs have not been tested on young people with first-episode psychosis nor have they been tested at the point of discharge from services. Methods design The study is an 18-month randomised controlled trial being conducted at Orygen Youth Health Research Centre in Melbourne Australia. The aim of the study is to test the feasibility and effects of a 6-month peer support intervention delivered to young people with FEP over the period of discharge. Participants are young people aged 15-24 who are being discharged from a specialist first-episode psychosis treatment centre. There is a 6-month recruitment period. The intervention comprises two hours of contact per fortnight during which peer support workers can assist participants to engage with their new services or other social and community activities. Participants will be assessed at baseline and post intervention

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