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HTA - 06/43/504

The Randomised Evaluation of the Effectiveness and Acceptability of Computerised Therapy (REEACT) Trial

Project title: The Randomised Evaluation of the Effectiveness and Acceptability of Computerised Therapy (REEACT) Trial

Call to action: 06/43 Computerised cognitive behavioural therapy for moderate depression

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Simon GilbodyORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-8236-6983

Lead Author: Ms Sally Brabyn

Contractor: University of York

Cost: £161,819.17

Started: November 2013 | Status: Published December 2016

ISRCTN: 55310481

The addition of telephone-facilitation to computerised CBT significantly reduced the odds of adults with moderate depression being depressed at 4 months and was likely to be cost-effective for the NHS.

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