Evaluation of a Brief Marriage Intervention for Internal Behavioral Health Consultants in Primary Care
Technical Report,01 Sep 2015,31 Aug 2016
Wright State University Dayton United States
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Processes and documentation required for participant recruitment, consenting, administering and management of baselines measures, providing incentive payments, and obtaining and managing follow-up measures IAW IRB-approved protocol are all established and functioning effectively at our four data collection sites. Good team communication is achieved via weekly teleconferences. Forty-seven couples have been consented into the study and randomized to conditions. To date, we are meeting our projected goals for monthly enrollment. Anecdotal feedback from study therapists and participants indicates that the Marriage Checkup has been well-received.
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