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Clinical and cost effectiveness of staff training in the delivery of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) for adults with intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorder and challenging behaviour - randomised trial

Clinical and cost effectiveness of staff training in the delivery of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) for adults with intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorder and challenging behaviour - randomised trial
Andre Strydom, Alessandro Bosco, Victoria Vickerstaff, Rachael Hunter, the PBS study group and Angela Hassiotis. Clinical and cost effectiveness of staff training in the delivery of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) for adults with intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorder and challenging behaviour - randomised trial 2020


Project Status Completed
Full Reference (text) Strydom A, Bosco A, Vickerstaff V, Hunter R, Hassiotis A. Clinical and cost effectiveness of staff training in the delivery of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) for adults with intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorder and challenging behaviour - randomised trial. BMC Psychiatry. 2020;20(1):161
Full Reference (URL) https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32293383/
Publication Title Clinical and cost effectiveness of staff training in the delivery of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) for adults with intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorder and challenging behaviour - randomised trial
Author(s) Andre Strydom, Alessandro Bosco, Victoria Vickerstaff, Rachael Hunter, the PBS study group and Angela Hassiotis.
Publication Details Clinical and cost effectiveness of staff training in the delivery of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) for adults with intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorder and challenging behaviour - randomised trial
Publication Year / End of Project 2020
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