Cost-effectiveness of two self-care interventions to reduce disability associated with back pain.

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STUDY DESIGN Two randomized, controlled trials. OBJECTIVE To evaluate the incremental cost-effectiveness of psychologist-led and lay-led interventions in reducing disability in 2 cohorts of primary care patients with back pain. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Although activating self-care interventions have been advanced as effective tools to reduce back… (More)

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@article{Strong2006CosteffectivenessOT, title={Cost-effectiveness of two self-care interventions to reduce disability associated with back pain.}, author={Larkin L. Strong and Michael R Von Korff and Kathleen Saunders and James E. Moore}, journal={Spine}, year={2006}, volume={31 15}, pages={1639-45} }