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Effectiveness of the Strengthening Families Programme in the UK at preventing substance misuse in 10–14 year-olds: a pragmatic randomised controlled trial

Jeremy Segrott Orcid Logo, David Gillespie Orcid Logo, Mandy Lau Orcid Logo, Jo Holliday Orcid Logo, Simon Murphy Orcid Logo, David Foxcroft Orcid Logo, Kerenza Hood Orcid Logo, Jonathan Scourfield Orcid Logo, Ceri Phillips, Zoe Roberts, Heather Rothwell, Claire Hurlow, Laurence Moore Orcid Logo

BMJ Open, Volume: 12, Issue: 2, Start page: e049647

Swansea University Authors: Ceri Phillips, Claire Hurlow

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Published in: BMJ Open
ISSN: 2044-6055 2044-6055
Published: BMJ 2022
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College: Swansea University Medical School
Funders: Funding of £2.1 million from the National Prevention Research Initiative, managed by the Medical Research Council (award G0802128), included approximately £650 000 implementation costs. The NPRI funding partners are Alzheimer’s Research Trust; Alzheimer’s Society; Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council; British Heart Foundation; Cancer Research UK; Chief Scientist Office, Scottish Government Health Directorate; Department of Health; Diabetes UK; Economic and Social Research Council; Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council; Health and Social Care Research and Development Office for Northern Ireland; Medical Research Council; the Stroke Association; Welsh Government; and World Cancer Research Fund. A representative from the study funders was a member of the trial’s independent trial steering committee. The Welsh Government provided approximately £675 000 of partnership funding to cover the cost of implementation in three trial areas, and the associated training and support provided by the Cardiff Strengthening Families Programme team. Further support from the Welsh Government provided £208 000 to cover programme delivery in six trial sites from August 2011 to July 2012. The Cardiff Strengthening Families Programme team also provided financial support for programme delivery and trial recruitment in schools. At the time of the study, DECIPHer was a UKCRC Public Health Research Centre of Excellence. Funding from the British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Economic and Social Research Council (RES-590-28-0005), Medical Research Council, the Welsh Government and the Wellcome Trust (WT087640MA), under the auspices of the UK Clinical Research Collaboration, is gratefully acknowledged. DECIPHer funding has supported JSe and JH’s input into the trial. The centre is now funded by the Welsh Government through Health and Care Research Wales. LM is supported by the Medical Research Council (MC_UU_00022/1) and the Chief Scientist Office (SPHSU16). The Centre for Trials Research is funded by Health and Care Research Wales and Cancer Research UK.
Issue: 2
Start Page: e049647