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Jones, Hannah F; Adams, Clive E; Clifton, Andrew; Simpson, Jayne; Tosh, Graeme; Liddle, Peter F; Callaghan, Patrick; Yang, Min; Guo, Boliang; Furtado, Vivek
Publisher: Springer Nature
Journal: Trials
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Medicine (miscellaneous), RZ, Study Protocol, Pharmacology (medical), RA

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mesheuropmc: stomatognathic diseases
Background: Oral health is an important part of general physical health and is essential for self-esteem, self-confidence\ud and overall quality of life. There is a well-established link between mental illness and poor oral health. Oral health\ud problems are not generally well recognized by mental health professionals and many patients experience barriers\ud to treatment.\ud Methods/Design: This is the protocol for a pragmatic cluster randomised trial that has been designed to fit within\ud standard care. Dental awareness training for care co-ordinators plus a dental checklist for service users in addition\ud to standard care will be compared with standard care alone for people with mental illness. The checklist consists\ud of questions about service users’ current oral health routine and condition. Ten Early Intervention in Psychosis (EIP)\ud teams in Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Lincolnshire will be cluster randomised (five to intervention and five to\ud standard care) in blocks accounting for location and size of caseload. The oral health of the service users will be\ud monitored for one year after randomisation.\ud Trial registration: Current Controlled Trials ISRCTN63382258.
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