Ulleval Personality Project (UPP)
A randomised controlled study of intensive day treatment followed by long-term outpatient conjoint individual and group psychotherapy treatment, compared with eclectic individual therapy for poorly functioning patients with personality disorders. Synopsis | Theoretical frames | Treatment | Goals | Design | Hypotheses | Methods | Schedule | References | Publications | Presentations
Ulleval Personality Project (UPP) is an extensive, randomised study of the treatment of patients with personality disorders (PD), carried out by Department for Personality Psychiatry, Psychiatric Division, Ullevål University Hospital. Theresa Wilberg, M.D, Ph.D. is appointed leader for the project. The project is funded by Ullevål University Hospital and Eastern Norway Regional Health Authority. Briefly, UPP is a randomised controlled study of short-term day treatment followed by outpatient conjoint treatment as compared with eclectic individual therapy. The experimental group and the control group consist of 58 and 56 patients respectively, who have gone through an extensive examination based on a broad range of structured interviews, psychological tests, and relevant blood tests.
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