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Published in Gastroenterology

Journal Scan / Research · May 02, 2019

Telephone- or Web-Delivered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Improves Outcomes for Irritable Bowel Syndrome



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Assessing Telephone-Delivered Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Web-Delivered CBT Versus Treatment as Usual in Irritable Bowel Syndrome (ACTIB): A Multicentre Randomised Trial
Gut 2019 Apr 10;[EPub Ahead of Print], HA Everitt, S Landau, G O'Reilly, A Sibelli, S Hughes, S Windgassen, R Holland, P Little, P McCrone, F Bishop, K Goldsmith, N Coleman, R Logan, T Chalder, R Moss-Morris

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