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Adult Schizophrenia

A research study especially for people diagnosed with Schizophrenia who have had trouble with the law.  This study is testing the benefits of a long-acting, once-monthly injection versus a daily pill in treating schizophrenia.

You may qualify if you
     Are 18 to 65 years of age
     Have been diagnosed with, or suffering from, symptoms of schizophrenia
      Have been released from jail within the past 2 years
     Have had trouble with the law in the past 90 days (incarceration or other problem)

By participating in the PRIDE Study, you will
      Take a more active role in your own healthcare
      Receive study medication at no cost 
      Receive study-related medical care at no cost
      Possibly help yourself and others by contributing to medical research 

To learn more about this study or other mental health research at LSU Health Shreveport, call:   (318) 813-2070  or  1-866-779-2546
Cassandra Reynolds, 
BS, Study Coordinator  or  Angela Benedetto, MA, Study Outreach Coordinator   
ShvPsychopharmacology@LSUHSC.edu

Click Here to view the PRIDE Schizophrenia Study Flyer    

The Psychopharmacology Research Clinic ~ 3202 William Avenue ~ Shreveport, LA 71103
LSUHSC-S IRB Approved 1-10-11   Protocol #: H11-073

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