Does cognitive behaviour therapy for insomnia reduce clinical levels of fatigue, anxiety and depression in cancer patients?

@article{Fleming2014DoesCB,
  title={Does cognitive behaviour therapy for insomnia reduce clinical levels of fatigue, anxiety and depression in cancer patients?},
  author={Leanne Fleming and Kate Randell and Christopher-James Harvey and Colin A Espie},
  journal={Psycho-oncology},
  year={2014},
  volume={23 6},
  pages={679-84}
}
OBJECTIVES This secondary analysis of data from a randomised controlled trial explores associations between common symptom clusters and evaluates pre-treatment to post-treatment changes in clinical levels of these symptoms following cognitive behaviour therapy for insomnia (CBT-I). METHODS Baseline data from 113 participants with insomnia were explored to establish rates of and associations between clinical levels of fatigue, anxiety and depression across the sample. Effects of CBT-I on this… CONTINUE READING

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