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Clinical and economic outcomes of remotely delivered cognitive behaviour therapy versus treatment as usual for repeat unscheduled care users with severe health anxiety: A multicentre randomised controlled trial
Background: It is challenging to engage repeat users of unscheduled healthcare with severe health anxiety in psychological help and high service costs are incurred. We investigated whether clinical and economic outcomes ...
Clinical and economic outcomes of remotely delivered Cognitive Behavior Therapy for repeat unscheduled care users with severe health anxiety: A multi-center randomized controlled trial
Background: Repeat users of unscheduled health care with severe health anxiety may be challenging to engage in psychological help and incur high service costs. We investigated whether clinical and economic outcomes were ...
Using smart-messaging to enhance mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for cancer patients: A mixed methods proof of concept evaluation
OBJECTIVE Depression and anxiety lead to reduced treatment adherence, poorer quality of life, and increased care costs amongst cancer patients. Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) is an effective treatment, but ...