European COMPARative Effectiveness research on blended Depression treatment versus treatment-as-usual (E-COMPARED): study protocol for a randomized controlled, non-inferiority trial in eight European countries
Annet Kleiboer , Jan Smit , Judith Bosmans , Jeroen Ruwaard , Gerhard Andersson , Naira Topooco , Thomas Berger , Tobias Krieger , Cristina Botella , Rosa Baños , Karine Chevreul , Ricardo Araya , Arlinda Cerga-Pashoja , Roman Cieślak , Anna Rogala , Christiaan Vis , Stasja Draisma , Anneke Schaik , Lise Kemmeren , David Ebert , Matthias Berking , Burkhardt Funk , Pim Cuijpers , Heleen Riper
AbstractEffective, accessible, and affordable depression treatment is of high importance considering the large personal and economic burden of depression. Internet-based treatment is considered a promising clinical and cost-effective alternative to current routine depression treatment strategies such as face-to-face psychotherapy. However, it is not clear whether research findings translate to routine clinical practice such as primary or specialized mental health care. The E-COMPARED project aims to gain knowledge on the clinical and cost-effectiveness of blended depression treatment compared to treatment-as-usual in routine care.
|Journal series||Trials, ISSN 1745-6215, (A 25 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||19.35|
|Keywords in English||Internet-based treatment, Depression, Cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT), Blended treatment, Comparative effectiveness research (CER), Cost-effectiveness, Randomized controlled trial (RCT), Adults iCBT, eHealth|
|Publication indicators||: 2016 = 0.853; : 2016 = 1.969 (2) - 2016=2.203 (5)|
|Citation count*||94 (2020-09-23)|
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