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A study protocol to assess the feasibility of conducting an evaluation trial of the ADVANCE integrated intervention to address both substance use and intimate partner abuse perpetration to men in substance use treatment.

Gail Gilchrist, Sabine Landau, Polly Radcliffe, Mary McMurran, Gene Feder, Caroline Easton, Steve Parrott, Sara Kirkpatrick, Juliet Henderson, Laura Potts, Danielle Stephens-Lewis, Amy Johnson, Beverly Love, Gemma Halliwell, Sandi Dheensa, Cassandra Berbary, Jinshuo Li, John Strang, Elizabeth Gilchrist

Pilot and Feasibility Studies | Published : 2020

Abstract

Background: Strong evidence exists that substance use is a contributory risk factor for intimate partner abuse (IPA) perpetration. Men in substance use treatment are more likely to perpetrate IPA than men from the general population. Despite this, referral pathways are lacking for this group. This trial will assess the feasibility of conducting an evaluation trial of a tailored integrated intervention to address substance use and IPA perpetration to men in substance use treatment. Methods/design: ADVANCE is a multicentre, parallel-group individually randomised controlled feasibility trial, with a nested formative evaluation, comparing an integrated intervention to reduce IPA + substance use ..

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