Effects of maternal stress and/or anxiety interventions in the first 1000 days:Systematic review of reviews
CONCLUSION: Existing evidence is inconsistent. Cognitive behavioural therapy and support-based interventions demonstrate some benefits. Further methodologically and conceptually robust research is needed.PMID:34555958 | DOI:10.1080/02646838.2021.1976400 (Source: Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology)
Source: Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology - September 24, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Karen Matvienko-Sikar Sarah Redsell Caragh Flannery Source Type: research

Internet-based cognitive behavioural therapy for tinnitus in Spanish: a global feasibility trial
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Source: International Journal of Audiology - September 23, 2021 Category: Audiology Authors: Eldr é W. Beukes Maria F. Munzo Gerhard Andersson Vinaya Manchaiah Source Type: research

The experience of cognitive behavioural therapy in depressed adolescents who are fatigued
ConclusionsThis study provides an initial insight into how fatigued adolescents with MDD experience CBT. Further research is required to establish whether the themes are pervasive and relatedly, how best to treat depression in fatigued adolescents receiving CBT.Practitioner points Fatigued adolescents with depression found engaging in CBT sessions and therapeutic homework demanding. Establishing a collaborative therapeutic relationship, where the therapist was perceived as genuine, appeared helpful for participation. The structured approach to therapy, combined with flexibility, was experienced as helpful. Adolescents w...
Source: Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice - September 21, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Georgia Tanith Herring, Maria Elizabeth Loades, Nina Higson ‐Sweeney, Emily Hards, Shirley Reynolds, Nick Midgley Tags: Qualitative Paper Source Type: research

Empirical Evidence of the Metacognitive Model of Rumination and Depression in Clinical and Nonclinical Samples: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
AbstractRumination is considered a cognitive vulnerability factor in the development and maintenance of depression. The metacognitive model of rumination and depression suggests that the development of rumination and its association with depression partly depends on metacognitive beliefs. Two metacognitive beliefs about rumination have been identified: positive beliefs about its utility and negative beliefs about the uncontrollability and its negative social consequences. We conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis aimed: (1) to analyze the associations between metacognitive beliefs and rumination and depression; (2...
Source: Cognitive Therapy and Research - September 21, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Nurses' Perception of Using Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Death Anxiety and Ageism
Omega (Westport). 2021 Sep 20:302228211046798. doi: 10.1177/00302228211046798. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTDespite the effectiveness of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) in relieving death anxiety and ageism among nurses, there is not a complete consensus on its acceptability, adherence, credibility, and expectancy in the literature. Therefore, this descriptive-comparative study aimed to examine Jordanian nurses' perception of using CBT in relieving death anxiety and ageism. Most participants perceived CBT as a credible and adherable treatment for death anxiety and ageism. Significant differences were found in the CBT cre...
Source: Omega - September 20, 2021 Category: Palliative Care Authors: Mohammad Rababa Sami Al-Rawashdeh Imteyaz El Jarrah Abdallah Abu Khait Source Type: research

Nurses' Perception of Using Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Death Anxiety and Ageism
Omega (Westport). 2021 Sep 20:302228211046798. doi: 10.1177/00302228211046798. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTDespite the effectiveness of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) in relieving death anxiety and ageism among nurses, there is not a complete consensus on its acceptability, adherence, credibility, and expectancy in the literature. Therefore, this descriptive-comparative study aimed to examine Jordanian nurses' perception of using CBT in relieving death anxiety and ageism. Most participants perceived CBT as a credible and adherable treatment for death anxiety and ageism. Significant differences were found in the CBT cre...
Source: Omega - September 20, 2021 Category: Palliative Care Authors: Mohammad Rababa Sami Al-Rawashdeh Imteyaz El Jarrah Abdallah Abu Khait Source Type: research

Nurses' Perception of Using Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Death Anxiety and Ageism
Omega (Westport). 2021 Sep 20:302228211046798. doi: 10.1177/00302228211046798. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTDespite the effectiveness of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) in relieving death anxiety and ageism among nurses, there is not a complete consensus on its acceptability, adherence, credibility, and expectancy in the literature. Therefore, this descriptive-comparative study aimed to examine Jordanian nurses' perception of using CBT in relieving death anxiety and ageism. Most participants perceived CBT as a credible and adherable treatment for death anxiety and ageism. Significant differences were found in the CBT cre...
Source: Omega - September 20, 2021 Category: Palliative Care Authors: Mohammad Rababa Sami Al-Rawashdeh Imteyaz El Jarrah Abdallah Abu Khait Source Type: research

Myotonic dystrophy
The Optimistic trial has demonstrated a positive effect of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) on a number of clinical outcome measures for myotonic dystrophy type 1 (DM1). Here, we performed mRNA sequencing of full whole blood for 27 patients at baseline and after 10 months of CBT. We identified 110 genes that were both associated with a positive response to therapy and with disease severity, represented by the length of the disease-causative CTG-repeat. Strikingly, after CBT 109 out of these 110 genes changed towards levels seen in less severe patients and 103 of these genes showed the same trend in the reanalysis of an ...
Source: Neuromuscular Disorders - September 19, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: R. van Cruchten, D. van As, B. van Engelen, P. 't Hoen, The OPTIMISTIC Consortium, The OPTIMISTIC Consortium, The ReCognitION Consortium Source Type: research

Negative Posttraumatic Cognitions Color the Pathway from Event Centrality to Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms
ConclusionsThe results suggest that EC may only have an indirect effect on PTSD symptoms through negative PTC. Thus, decreasing negative PTC which are connected to centralized events might be a key element for PTSD treatment. Thereby, transforming the cognitions ’ valence to more positive and constructive forms could be crucial rather than mere decentralization. Although suppression effects limited causal inferences, they do not contradict the mediation and further indicate potential interactional terms and a transformation of EC. (Source: Cognitive Therapy and Research)
Source: Cognitive Therapy and Research - September 17, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Internet-Delivered Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder or Acute Stress Disorder: A Health Technology Assessment
CONCLUSIONS: Internet-delivered CBT may reduce the severity of PTSD symptoms compared with wait-list or usual care, but the evidence is very uncertain, and iCBT may have little to no effect on improving PTSD symptoms compared with non-CBT interventions delivered online, but here as well the evidence is very uncertain.For adults with PTSD, iCBT may be cost-effective compared with usual care. We estimate that publicly funding iCBT in Ontario would result in additional costs of between $2.37 million and $2.43 million per year over the next 5 years.People with PTSD seem to generally find iCBT as an acceptable treatment option....
Source: Ontario Health Technology Assessment Series - September 16, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Ontario Health (Quality) Source Type: research

The Persian Version of the Personality Beliefs Questionnaire-Short-Form (PBQ-SF): A Psychometric Evaluation
This study designed to examine the factor structure, internal consistency, and convergent validity of the Persian PBQ-SF in a sample of 502 university students in Iran (M age = 23.22,SD = 4.99, 56.6% women). Confirmatory factor analysis supported the proposed ten-factor model. The internal consistency of the Persian version of PBQ-SF ranged from .56 (Avoidant) to .81 (Histrionic), while MIC values indicated reliabilities in the acceptable range for all PBQ-SF factors. Also, ex pected associations between PBQ-SF factors (e.g., Narcissism and Antisocial) and external correlates (e.g., Disinhibitio...
Source: Journal of Rational-Emotive and Cognitive-Behavior Therapy - September 16, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Patient Choice in Depression Psychotherapy: Outcomes of Patient-Preferred Therapy Versus Randomly Allocated Therapy
CONCLUSIONS: Our findings did not support the value of patient choice. Considering the exploratory nature of the trial, future studies designed to examine the effects of choice in depression treatment are recommended.PMID:34521212 | DOI:10.1176/appi.psychotherapy.20200042 (Source: American Journal of Psychotherapy)
Source: American Journal of Psychotherapy - September 15, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Erika Kuzminskaite Lotte H J M Lemmens Suzanne C van Bronswijk Frenk Peeters Marcus J H Huibers Source Type: research

The effect of group cognitive behavior therapy on Chinese patients with anorexia nervosa: an open label trial
ConclusionPreliminary findings from this open label trial suggest that G-CBT adapted from CBT-E is feasible in an outpatient setting and as effective as IOT in facilitating weight regain and reducing psychopathology in Chinese AN patients with little evidence for the superiority of either intervention.Trial registration: The current study was registered at clinical trials.gov on September 23, 2018 (registration number NCT03684239).Plain English summaryPeople with anorexia nervosa (AN) are known to be unmotivated for treatment and prone to relapse. Recovery from AN often needs intensive, long-term treatment from a specializ...
Source: Journal of Eating Disorders - September 15, 2021 Category: Eating Disorders & Weight Management Source Type: research

Fatigue self-management led by occupational therapists and/or physiotherapists for chronic conditions: A systematic review and meta-analysis
DISCUSSION: Physical exercises inspired by the self-management principles may have positive impacts on fatigue symptoms, quality of life, and other functional abilities.PMID:34515530 | DOI:10.1177/17423953211039783 (Source: Chronic Illness)
Source: Chronic Illness - September 13, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Sungha Kim Ying Xu Kelly Dore Rebecca Gewurtz Nadine Larivi ère Lori Letts Source Type: research

The predictive value of patient, therapist, and in-session ratings of motivational factors early in remote cognitive behavioural therapy for severe health anxiety
CONCLUSIONS: Motivation remains an important process in CBT when delivered remotely, and motivational factors may predict outcomes more consistently from in-session interactions, compared to self-reports.PMID:34514604 | DOI:10.1111/bjc.12328 (Source: The British Journal of Clinical Psychology)
Source: The British Journal of Clinical Psychology - September 13, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Sam Malins Nima Moghaddam Richard Morriss Thomas Schr öder Paula Brown Naomi Boycott Source Type: research

Fatigue self-management led by occupational therapists and/or physiotherapists for chronic conditions: A systematic review and meta-analysis
DISCUSSION: Physical exercises inspired by the self-management principles may have positive impacts on fatigue symptoms, quality of life, and other functional abilities.PMID:34515530 | DOI:10.1177/17423953211039783 (Source: Chronic Illness)
Source: Chronic Illness - September 13, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Sungha Kim Ying Xu Kelly Dore Rebecca Gewurtz Nadine Larivi ère Lori Letts Source Type: research

The predictive value of patient, therapist, and in-session ratings of motivational factors early in remote cognitive behavioural therapy for severe health anxiety
CONCLUSIONS: Motivation remains an important process in CBT when delivered remotely, and motivational factors may predict outcomes more consistently from in-session interactions, compared to self-reports.PMID:34514604 | DOI:10.1111/bjc.12328 (Source: The British Journal of Clinical Psychology)
Source: The British Journal of Clinical Psychology - September 13, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Sam Malins Nima Moghaddam Richard Morriss Thomas Schr öder Paula Brown Naomi Boycott Source Type: research

The predictive value of patient, therapist, and in-session ratings of motivational factors early in remote cognitive behavioural therapy for severe health anxiety
CONCLUSIONS: Motivation remains an important process in CBT when delivered remotely, and motivational factors may predict outcomes more consistently from in-session interactions, compared to self-reports.PMID:34514604 | DOI:10.1111/bjc.12328 (Source: The British Journal of Clinical Psychology)
Source: The British Journal of Clinical Psychology - September 13, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Sam Malins Nima Moghaddam Richard Morriss Thomas Schr öder Paula Brown Naomi Boycott Source Type: research

The predictive value of patient, therapist, and in-session ratings of motivational factors early in remote cognitive behavioural therapy for severe health anxiety
CONCLUSIONS: Motivation remains an important process in CBT when delivered remotely, and motivational factors may predict outcomes more consistently from in-session interactions, compared to self-reports.PMID:34514604 | DOI:10.1111/bjc.12328 (Source: The British Journal of Clinical Psychology)
Source: The British Journal of Clinical Psychology - September 13, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Sam Malins Nima Moghaddam Richard Morriss Thomas Schr öder Paula Brown Naomi Boycott Source Type: research

The predictive value of patient, therapist, and in-session ratings of motivational factors early in remote cognitive behavioural therapy for severe health anxiety
CONCLUSIONS: Motivation remains an important process in CBT when delivered remotely, and motivational factors may predict outcomes more consistently from in-session interactions, compared to self-reports.PMID:34514604 | DOI:10.1111/bjc.12328 (Source: The British Journal of Clinical Psychology)
Source: The British Journal of Clinical Psychology - September 13, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Sam Malins Nima Moghaddam Richard Morriss Thomas Schr öder Paula Brown Naomi Boycott Source Type: research

Lack of robust meta-analytic evidence to favour cognitive behavioural therapy for prevention of psychosis
World Psychiatry. 2021 Oct;20(3):443-444. doi: 10.1002/wps.20896.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34505393 | DOI:10.1002/wps.20896 (Source: World Psychiatry)
Source: World Psychiatry - September 10, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Paolo Fusar-Poli Joaquim Radua Sameer Jauhar Source Type: research

Lack of robust meta-analytic evidence to favour cognitive behavioural therapy for prevention of psychosis
World Psychiatry. 2021 Oct;20(3):443-444. doi: 10.1002/wps.20896.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34505393 | DOI:10.1002/wps.20896 (Source: World Psychiatry)
Source: World Psychiatry - September 10, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Paolo Fusar-Poli Joaquim Radua Sameer Jauhar Source Type: research

Lack of robust meta-analytic evidence to favour cognitive behavioural therapy for prevention of psychosis
World Psychiatry. 2021 Oct;20(3):443-444. doi: 10.1002/wps.20896.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34505393 | DOI:10.1002/wps.20896 (Source: World Psychiatry)
Source: World Psychiatry - September 10, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Paolo Fusar-Poli Joaquim Radua Sameer Jauhar Source Type: research

Lack of robust meta-analytic evidence to favour cognitive behavioural therapy for prevention of psychosis
World Psychiatry. 2021 Oct;20(3):443-444. doi: 10.1002/wps.20896.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34505393 | DOI:10.1002/wps.20896 (Source: World Psychiatry)
Source: World Psychiatry - September 10, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Paolo Fusar-Poli Joaquim Radua Sameer Jauhar Source Type: research

Lack of robust meta-analytic evidence to favour cognitive behavioural therapy for prevention of psychosis
World Psychiatry. 2021 Oct;20(3):443-444. doi: 10.1002/wps.20896.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34505393 | DOI:10.1002/wps.20896 (Source: World Psychiatry)
Source: World Psychiatry - September 10, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Paolo Fusar-Poli Joaquim Radua Sameer Jauhar Source Type: research

Lack of robust meta-analytic evidence to favour cognitive behavioural therapy for prevention of psychosis
World Psychiatry. 2021 Oct;20(3):443-444. doi: 10.1002/wps.20896.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34505393 | DOI:10.1002/wps.20896 (Source: World Psychiatry)
Source: World Psychiatry - September 10, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Paolo Fusar-Poli Joaquim Radua Sameer Jauhar Source Type: research

Lack of robust meta-analytic evidence to favour cognitive behavioural therapy for prevention of psychosis
World Psychiatry. 2021 Oct;20(3):443-444. doi: 10.1002/wps.20896.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34505393 | DOI:10.1002/wps.20896 (Source: World Psychiatry)
Source: World Psychiatry - September 10, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Paolo Fusar-Poli Joaquim Radua Sameer Jauhar Source Type: research

Lack of robust meta-analytic evidence to favour cognitive behavioural therapy for prevention of psychosis
World Psychiatry. 2021 Oct;20(3):443-444. doi: 10.1002/wps.20896.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34505393 | PMC:PMC8429331 | DOI:10.1002/wps.20896 (Source: World Psychiatry)
Source: World Psychiatry - September 10, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Paolo Fusar-Poli Joaquim Radua Sameer Jauhar Source Type: research

Lack of robust meta-analytic evidence to favour cognitive behavioural therapy for prevention of psychosis
World Psychiatry. 2021 Oct;20(3):443-444. doi: 10.1002/wps.20896.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34505393 | PMC:PMC8429331 | DOI:10.1002/wps.20896 (Source: World Psychiatry)
Source: World Psychiatry - September 10, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Paolo Fusar-Poli Joaquim Radua Sameer Jauhar Source Type: research

Lack of robust meta-analytic evidence to favour cognitive behavioural therapy for prevention of psychosis
World Psychiatry. 2021 Oct;20(3):443-444. doi: 10.1002/wps.20896.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34505393 | PMC:PMC8429331 | DOI:10.1002/wps.20896 (Source: World Psychiatry)
Source: World Psychiatry - September 10, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Paolo Fusar-Poli Joaquim Radua Sameer Jauhar Source Type: research

Maintenance treatment for eating disorders following inpatient or day treatment: outcomes of intensive outpatient group and individual CBT treatments
This study compared the outcomes of group-based intensive outpatient versus individual cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)-based maintenance treatments for eating disorders, following inpatient or day treatment. In this sequential cohort study, patients received the type of maintenance treatment (intensive outpatient group or individual CBT) available at the time. A total of 221 patients with eating disorders were included, and data were examined retrospectively. Cox regression was used to determine whether treatment type predicted rate of return to clinically significant symptoms over the 12 months following inpatient or ...
Source: Eating Disorders - September 9, 2021 Category: Eating Disorders & Weight Management Authors: Danielle E MacDonald Traci McFarlane Kathryn Trottier Michelle Mahan Marion P Olmsted Source Type: research

A comparison of completion and recovery rates between first-line protocol-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and non-manualised Relational Therapies within a UK psychological service
This study compares completion and recovery rates between protocol-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), offered as a first-line therapy for common mental health problems as per national guidelines, and relational therapies (RTs), scarcely provided in the English Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme. This is a non-randomised, naturalistic study in a treatment-seeking community sample (n=708). RTs consist of brief psychodynamic and relational integrative therapy. Completion rates relied on clinicians' coding and recovery rates were calculated based on the Patient Health Questionnaires-9 and the ...
Source: Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy - September 9, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Venetia Leonidaki Matthew P Constantinou Source Type: research

Maintenance treatment for eating disorders following inpatient or day treatment: outcomes of intensive outpatient group and individual CBT treatments
This study compared the outcomes of group-based intensive outpatient versus individual cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)-based maintenance treatments for eating disorders, following inpatient or day treatment. In this sequential cohort study, patients received the type of maintenance treatment (intensive outpatient group or individual CBT) available at the time. A total of 221 patients with eating disorders were included, and data were examined retrospectively. Cox regression was used to determine whether treatment type predicted rate of return to clinically significant symptoms over the 12 months following inpatient or ...
Source: Eating Disorders - September 9, 2021 Category: Eating Disorders & Weight Management Authors: Danielle E MacDonald Traci McFarlane Kathryn Trottier Michelle Mahan Marion P Olmsted Source Type: research

A comparison of completion and recovery rates between first-line protocol-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and non-manualised Relational Therapies within a UK psychological service
This study compares completion and recovery rates between protocol-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), offered as a first-line therapy for common mental health problems as per national guidelines, and relational therapies (RTs), scarcely provided in the English Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme. This is a non-randomised, naturalistic study in a treatment-seeking community sample (n=708). RTs consist of brief psychodynamic and relational integrative therapy. Completion rates relied on clinicians' coding and recovery rates were calculated based on the Patient Health Questionnaires-9 and the ...
Source: Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy - September 9, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Venetia Leonidaki Matthew P Constantinou Source Type: research

Maintenance treatment for eating disorders following inpatient or day treatment: outcomes of intensive outpatient group and individual CBT treatments
This study compared the outcomes of group-based intensive outpatient versus individual cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)-based maintenance treatments for eating disorders, following inpatient or day treatment. In this sequential cohort study, patients received the type of maintenance treatment (intensive outpatient group or individual CBT) available at the time. A total of 221 patients with eating disorders were included, and data were examined retrospectively. Cox regression was used to determine whether treatment type predicted rate of return to clinically significant symptoms over the 12 months following inpatient or ...
Source: Eating Disorders - September 9, 2021 Category: Eating Disorders & Weight Management Authors: Danielle E MacDonald Traci McFarlane Kathryn Trottier Michelle Mahan Marion P Olmsted Source Type: research

A comparison of completion and recovery rates between first-line protocol-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and non-manualised Relational Therapies within a UK psychological service
This study compares completion and recovery rates between protocol-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), offered as a first-line therapy for common mental health problems as per national guidelines, and relational therapies (RTs), scarcely provided in the English Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme. This is a non-randomised, naturalistic study in a treatment-seeking community sample (n=708). RTs consist of brief psychodynamic and relational integrative therapy. Completion rates relied on clinicians' coding and recovery rates were calculated based on the Patient Health Questionnaires-9 and the ...
Source: Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy - September 9, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Venetia Leonidaki Matthew P Constantinou Source Type: research

Maintenance treatment for eating disorders following inpatient or day treatment: outcomes of intensive outpatient group and individual CBT treatments
This study compared the outcomes of group-based intensive outpatient versus individual cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)-based maintenance treatments for eating disorders, following inpatient or day treatment. In this sequential cohort study, patients received the type of maintenance treatment (intensive outpatient group or individual CBT) available at the time. A total of 221 patients with eating disorders were included, and data were examined retrospectively. Cox regression was used to determine whether treatment type predicted rate of return to clinically significant symptoms over the 12 months following inpatient or ...
Source: Eating Disorders - September 9, 2021 Category: Eating Disorders & Weight Management Authors: Danielle E MacDonald Traci McFarlane Kathryn Trottier Michelle Mahan Marion P Olmsted Source Type: research

A comparison of completion and recovery rates between first-line protocol-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and non-manualised Relational Therapies within a UK psychological service
This study compares completion and recovery rates between protocol-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), offered as a first-line therapy for common mental health problems as per national guidelines, and relational therapies (RTs), scarcely provided in the English Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme. This is a non-randomised, naturalistic study in a treatment-seeking community sample (n=708). RTs consist of brief psychodynamic and relational integrative therapy. Completion rates relied on clinicians' coding and recovery rates were calculated based on the Patient Health Questionnaires-9 and the ...
Source: Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy - September 9, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Venetia Leonidaki Matthew P Constantinou Source Type: research

Maintenance treatment for eating disorders following inpatient or day treatment: outcomes of intensive outpatient group and individual CBT treatments
This study compared the outcomes of group-based intensive outpatient versus individual cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)-based maintenance treatments for eating disorders, following inpatient or day treatment. In this sequential cohort study, patients received the type of maintenance treatment (intensive outpatient group or individual CBT) available at the time. A total of 221 patients with eating disorders were included, and data were examined retrospectively. Cox regression was used to determine whether treatment type predicted rate of return to clinically significant symptoms over the 12 months following inpatient or ...
Source: Eating Disorders - September 9, 2021 Category: Eating Disorders & Weight Management Authors: Danielle E MacDonald Traci McFarlane Kathryn Trottier Michelle Mahan Marion P Olmsted Source Type: research

Maintenance treatment for eating disorders following inpatient or day treatment: outcomes of intensive outpatient group and individual CBT treatments
This study compared the outcomes of group-based intensive outpatient versus individual cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)-based maintenance treatments for eating disorders, following inpatient or day treatment. In this sequential cohort study, patients received the type of maintenance treatment (intensive outpatient group or individual CBT) available at the time. A total of 221 patients with eating disorders were included, and data were examined retrospectively. Cox regression was used to determine whether treatment type predicted rate of return to clinically significant symptoms over the 12 months following inpatient or ...
Source: Eating Disorders - September 9, 2021 Category: Eating Disorders & Weight Management Authors: Danielle E MacDonald Traci McFarlane Kathryn Trottier Michelle Mahan Marion P Olmsted Source Type: research

Maintenance treatment for eating disorders following inpatient or day treatment: outcomes of intensive outpatient group and individual CBT treatments
This study compared the outcomes of group-based intensive outpatient versus individual cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)-based maintenance treatments for eating disorders, following inpatient or day treatment. In this sequential cohort study, patients received the type of maintenance treatment (intensive outpatient group or individual CBT) available at the time. A total of 221 patients with eating disorders were included, and data were examined retrospectively. Cox regression was used to determine whether treatment type predicted rate of return to clinically significant symptoms over the 12 months following inpatient or ...
Source: Eating Disorders - September 9, 2021 Category: Eating Disorders & Weight Management Authors: Danielle E MacDonald Traci McFarlane Kathryn Trottier Michelle Mahan Marion P Olmsted Source Type: research

Maintenance treatment for eating disorders following inpatient or day treatment: outcomes of intensive outpatient group and individual CBT treatments
This study compared the outcomes of group-based intensive outpatient versus individual cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)-based maintenance treatments for eating disorders, following inpatient or day treatment. In this sequential cohort study, patients received the type of maintenance treatment (intensive outpatient group or individual CBT) available at the time. A total of 221 patients with eating disorders were included, and data were examined retrospectively. Cox regression was used to determine whether treatment type predicted rate of return to clinically significant symptoms over the 12 months following inpatient or ...
Source: Eating Disorders - September 9, 2021 Category: Eating Disorders & Weight Management Authors: Danielle E MacDonald Traci McFarlane Kathryn Trottier Michelle Mahan Marion P Olmsted Source Type: research

Maintenance treatment for eating disorders following inpatient or day treatment: outcomes of intensive outpatient group and individual CBT treatments
This study compared the outcomes of group-based intensive outpatient versus individual cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)-based maintenance treatments for eating disorders, following inpatient or day treatment. In this sequential cohort study, patients received the type of maintenance treatment (intensive outpatient group or individual CBT) available at the time. A total of 221 patients with eating disorders were included, and data were examined retrospectively. Cox regression was used to determine whether treatment type predicted rate of return to clinically significant symptoms over the 12 months following inpatient or ...
Source: Eating Disorders - September 9, 2021 Category: Eating Disorders & Weight Management Authors: Danielle E MacDonald Traci McFarlane Kathryn Trottier Michelle Mahan Marion P Olmsted Source Type: research

Maintenance treatment for eating disorders following inpatient or day treatment: outcomes of intensive outpatient group and individual CBT treatments
This study compared the outcomes of group-based intensive outpatient versus individual cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)-based maintenance treatments for eating disorders, following inpatient or day treatment. In this sequential cohort study, patients received the type of maintenance treatment (intensive outpatient group or individual CBT) available at the time. A total of 221 patients with eating disorders were included, and data were examined retrospectively. Cox regression was used to determine whether treatment type predicted rate of return to clinically significant symptoms over the 12 months following inpatient or ...
Source: Eating Disorders - September 9, 2021 Category: Eating Disorders & Weight Management Authors: Danielle E MacDonald Traci McFarlane Kathryn Trottier Michelle Mahan Marion P Olmsted Source Type: research

Maintenance treatment for eating disorders following inpatient or day treatment: outcomes of intensive outpatient group and individual CBT treatments
This study compared the outcomes of group-based intensive outpatient versus individual cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)-based maintenance treatments for eating disorders, following inpatient or day treatment. In this sequential cohort study, patients received the type of maintenance treatment (intensive outpatient group or individual CBT) available at the time. A total of 221 patients with eating disorders were included, and data were examined retrospectively. Cox regression was used to determine whether treatment type predicted rate of return to clinically significant symptoms over the 12 months following inpatient or ...
Source: Eating Disorders - September 9, 2021 Category: Eating Disorders & Weight Management Authors: Danielle E MacDonald Traci McFarlane Kathryn Trottier Michelle Mahan Marion P Olmsted Source Type: research

Interventions to improve adherence to pharmacological therapy for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
CONCLUSIONS: Single component interventions (e.g. education or motivational interviewing provided by a health professional) can help to improve adherence to pharmacotherapy (low to very low certainty). There were slight improvements in quality of life with a Bluetooth inhaler device, but evidence is from one study and very low certainty. Change to pharmacotherapy (e.g. single inhaler instead of two, or different doses of roflumilast) has little impact on hospitalisations or exacerbations (very low certainty). There is no difference in people experiencing adverse events (all-cause or COPD-related), or deaths (very low certa...
Source: Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews - September 8, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Sadia Janjua Katharine C Pike Robin Carr Andy Coles Rebecca Fortescue Mitchell Batavia Source Type: research