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Parenting intervention in Sure Start services for children at risk of developing conduct disorder: pragmatic randomised controlled trial
Objective To evaluate the effectiveness of a parenting programme as a preventive intervention with parents of preschool children considered to be at risk of developing conduct disorder. DesignExpand
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An evaluation of the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of the National Exercise Referral Scheme in Wales, UK: a randomised controlled trial of a public health policy initiative
Background The Wales National Exercise Referral Scheme (NERS) is a 16-week programme including motivational interviewing, goal setting and relapse prevention. Method A pragmatic randomised controlledExpand
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Additional therapy for young children with spastic cerebral palsy: a randomised controlled trial.
OBJECTIVES To investigate whether, in the short and medium term, additional support by (a) a physiotherapy assistant improved physical function in young children with spastic cerebral palsy and (b) aExpand
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REMCARE: reminiscence groups for people with dementia and their family caregivers - effectiveness and cost-effectiveness pragmatic multicentre randomised trial.
OBJECTIVES The aim of the REMiniscence groups for people with dementia and their family CAREgivers (REMCARE) study was to assess the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of joint reminiscence groupsExpand
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Parenting programme for parents of children at risk of developing conduct disorder: cost effectiveness analysis
Objective To investigate the cost effectiveness of a parenting programme. Design An incremental cost effectiveness analysis alongside a pragmatic randomised controlled trial of the effectiveness of aExpand
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Cost-utility analysis of osteopathy in primary care: results from a pragmatic randomized controlled trial.
BACKGROUND Spinal pain is common and costly to health services and society. Management guidelines have encouraged primary care referral for spinal manipulation, but the evidence base is weak. MoreExpand
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Long-term effectiveness of a parenting intervention for children at risk of developing conduct disorder.
BACKGROUND The typical pattern for intervention outcome studies for conduct problems has been for effect sizes to dissipate over time with decreasing effects across subsequent follow-ups. AIMS ToExpand
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EQ-5D for the assessment of health-related quality of life and resource allocation in children: a systematic methodological review.
OBJECTIVES EQ-5D is widely used in studies with adults as a source of generic health-related quality of life information and utility weights to inform resource allocation decisions. ThisExpand
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A randomised controlled trial of lay-led self-management for people with multiple sclerosis.
OBJECTIVE To determine the impact of the Chronic Disease Self-Management Course (CDSMC) on people with multiple sclerosis (MS). METHODS 2-group, randomised, controlled trial with Intervention GroupExpand
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Randomized osteopathic manipulation study (ROMANS): pragmatic trial for spinal pain in primary care.
BACKGROUND Spinal pain is common and frequently disabling. Management guidelines have encouraged referral from primary care for spinal manipulation. However, the evidence base for theseExpand
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