The Do-Well study: protocol for a randomised controlled trial, economic and qualitative process evaluations of domiciliary welfare rights advice for socio-economically disadvantaged older people recruited via primary health care Full Text
BMC Public Health, 06/15/2012
Haighton C et al. – Achieving a trial design that is both ethical and acceptable to potential participants, required methodological compromises. The choice of follow–up length required a trade–off between sufficient time to demonstrate health impact and the need to allow the control group access to the intervention as early as possible.