Bill Byrom

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BACKGROUND Sedentary behaviour (SB) is an important risk factor for a number of chronic diseases. Although gaps remain in our knowledge of the elements of SB most associated with reduced health outcomes, measuring SB is important, especially in less active patient populations where treatment-related changes may be seen first in changes in SB. METHODS We(More)
Over the past decade, significant research has been conducted into the development of computer-delivered interviews and scoring methods to assess disease severity in a number of central nervous system indications. In particular, equivalence has been demonstrated between gold standard assessments (such as the Hamilton depression and Hamilton anxiety rating(More)
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