Don’t fault RCTs for not testing systems of care

@inproceedings{Rasmussen2014DontFR,
  title={Don’t fault RCTs for not testing systems of care},
  author={Andrew Rasmussen},
  year={2014}
}
Mundt and colleagues’ (Mundt et al., 2014) critiques of the research on Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET) are various and wide ranging. These critiques include: modest eiect sizes; concerns about privacy protection; disapproval of the practice of applying North American and European diagnostic categories in nonEuropean cultures; and doubts about the reliability of randomised control trials (RCTs) in low and middle income countries (LMICs), in general. Although some of these critiques may have… CONTINUE READING

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