Chronic fatigue in general practice: economic evaluation of counselling versus cognitive behaviour therapy.

@article{Chisholm2001ChronicFI,
  title={Chronic fatigue in general practice: economic evaluation of counselling versus cognitive behaviour therapy.},
  author={Daniel Chisholm and Emma I Godfrey and Leone Ridsdale and Trudie Chalder and Michael King and Paul T Seed and Paul Wallace and Simon Wessely},
  journal={The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners},
  year={2001},
  volume={51 462},
  pages={15-8}
}
BACKGROUND There is a paucity of evidence relating to the cost-effectiveness of alternative treatment responses to chronic fatigue. AIM To compare the relative costs and outcomes of counselling versus cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) provided in primary care settings for the treatment of fatigue. DESIGN OF STUDY A randomised controlled trial incorporating a cost-consequences analysis. SETTING One hundred and twenty-nine patients from 10 general practices across London and the South… CONTINUE READING