PREMIUM twelve-month follow-up trial: Clinical Outcomes and Cost-effectiveness dataset from the Counselling for Alcohol Problems (CAP) RCT

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Patel, V, Nadkarni, A, Bhat, B, McDaid, D and Weiss, H. 2017. PREMIUM twelve-month follow-up trial: Clinical Outcomes and Cost-effectiveness dataset from the Counselling for Alcohol Problems (CAP) RCT. [Online]. London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London, United Kingdom. Available from: 10.17037/DATA.206

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The Program for Effective Mental Health Interventions in Under-Resourced Health Systems (PREMIUM) sought to develop and assess scalable psychological treatments that are culturally appropriate, affordable, and feasible for delivery by non-specialist health workers and apply these treatments to the two leading mental health disorders: moderately severe to severe depression (the Healthy Activity Program [HAP]) and harmful drinking (Counselling for Alcohol Problems [CAP]). The data collection contains records of adult male Primary Health Centres (PHC) attenders (one patient per row) recruited in the trials site between 28th October 2013 and the 30th July 2015, and followed-up for outcome assessments until 30th September 2016. It encompasses enrolment, treatment process (including therapy quality), clinical/other outcome data, and cost-effectiveness data. Only variables relevant for the analysis of our twelve-month follow-up are presented. The CAP dataset is made available on request, in accordance with ethical constraints outlined in the participant consent agreement. To obtain access, interested parties must complete a data request form or email researchdatamanagement@lshtm.ac.uk outlining the purpose for which they intend to use the dataset and agree to sign a licence agreement confirming that they will protect participant confidentiality.

Completed Date: 27 July 2017
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Questionnaire: Fixed form - Web-based
Data Creators(s): Patel, V, Nadkarni, A, Bhat, B, McDaid, D and Weiss, H
Associated roles: Weobong, B (Project Manager)
Participating Institutions: London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

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