A mixed methods randomised control trial to evaluate the effectiveness of the journey to social inclusion - phase 2 intervention for chronically homeless adults: study protocol
Shannen Vallesi, Paul Flatau, Monica Thielking, Jessica L Mackelprang, Kathryn M Taylor, Louise La Sala, Jude Spiers, Lisa Wood, Karen Martin, Darja Kragt, Leanne Lester, Elizabeth Whittaker, Ryan J Courtney
BMC Public Health | BMC | Published : 2019
Awarded by Cancer Institute New South Wales Early Career Research Fellowship
Funding for this research study was provided by Sacred Heart Mission, The University of Western Australia and Swinburne University of Technology. The University of Western Australia manages the research study. Sacred Heart Mission manages and administers the Journey to Social Inclusion - Phase 2 intervention. Sacred Heart Mission has received funding to undertake the Journey to Social Inclusion - Phase 2 intervention from the State of Victoria and philanthropists. RJC is supported by a Cancer Institute New South Wales Early Career Research Fellowship (GNT14/ECF/1-46). KMT is supported by a Swinburne University scholarship equivalent to a Swinburne University Postgraduate Research Award to undertake research on the J2SI Phase 2 RCT. Sacred Heart Mission played a role in determining the design of the study by specifying the use of a Randomized Control Trial design, providing advice on the purpose and form of the J2SI intervention and its intended impacts and assisting with collection of data in the baseline survey; they have not had any influence on choice of data collection tools used or contributed to the analysis or interpretation of data in anyway, they have not been involved in the writing of this manuscript.