An RCT of an Internet Intervention for Pediatric Encopresis with One Year Follow-Up.

@article{Ritterband2013AnRO,
  title={An RCT of an Internet Intervention for Pediatric Encopresis with One Year Follow-Up.},
  author={Lee M. Ritterband and Frances P. Thorndike and Holly Lord and Stephen M. Borowitz and Lynn S Walker and Karen Ingersoll and James Sutphen and Daniel J. Cox},
  journal={Clinical practice in pediatric psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={1 1},
  pages={68-80}
}
Encopresis is a significant medical problem for millions of children. Despite its prevalence, poor treatment success rates indicate that it is often difficult to treat. The goal of this study was to evaluate an Internet intervention for encopresis (UCanPoopToo) with children from across the US. A 2 (Group) 3 (Time) RCT was used to evaluate the efficacy of UCanPoopToo. Participants were randomized to a treatmentas-usual (TAU) or TAU UCanPoopToo group. Assessments were completed at baseline (Pre… CONTINUE READING

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