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Which treatment-as-usual characteristics need to reported? A narrative review of content and contextual treatment-as-usual characteristics

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  1. Marion K Campbell

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Which treatment-as-usual characteristics need to reported? A narrative review of content and contextual treatment-as-usual characteristics Authors: Neza Javornik, Daniel Powell, Marion Campbell, Marijn de Bruin INTRODUCTION: Treatment-as-usual (TAU) is often used as comparator in behaviour change trials, but its characteristics are poorly described in published manuscripts (i.e., what was TAU in t...

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