Are claims of non-inferiority of Internet and computer-based cognitive-behavioural therapy compared with in-person cognitive-behavioural therapy for adults with anxiety disorders supported by the evidence from head-to-head randomised controlled trials? A s

Citation

O'Kearney, R, Kim, S, Dawson, R et al. 2019, 'Are claims of non-inferiority of Internet and computer-based cognitive-behavioural therapy compared with in-person cognitive-behavioural therapy for adults with anxiety disorders supported by the evidence from head-to-head randomised controlled trials? A s', Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, vol. 53, no. 9, pp. 851-865.

Year

2019

Field of Research

  • Mental Health

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