Feasibility testing the CHARMER intervention and trial processes

In this work package we have successfully tested, on a small-scale, the CHARMER intervention developed in Work Package 2. It has also helped determine the appropriateness of the methods for conducting the research, including the outcome measures selected in Work Package 1.

We have used the information collected from the feasibility study to refine our procedures for the definitive trial (Work Package 4).

You can find out more about the feasibility study process in our protocol paper published in Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy.

Patient and public involvement members have collaborated with the work package team to design patient participant materials. They will also be involved in the analysis of qualitative data to provide transparency and validation of interpretations.

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Work Package Team

If you have any questions about Work Package 3, please contact Dr Jackie Martin-Kerry.

Jackie Martin-Kerry
Research Fellow in Qualitative Process Evaluation, University of Leicester / CHARMER Programme Manager
Debi Bhattacharya
Professor of Behavioural Medicine, University of Leicester / CHARMER Co-Chief Investigator
Sion Scott
Lecturer in Behavioural Medicine, University of Leicester
Megan Pritchard
Trial Manager, Norwich Clinical Trials Unit, University of East Anglia
Amber Hammond
Clinical Trial Assistant, Norwich Clinical Trials Unit, University of East Anglia
David Turner
Senior Research Fellow in Health Economics, University of East Anglia
Katherine Murphy
Public and Patient Involvement and Media Relations Lead
David Taylor
Patient and Public Involvement
Janet Gray
Patient and Public Involvement

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