Acceptability, effectiveness and costeffectiveness of blended cognitivebehavioural therapy (bCBT) versus face-toface CBT (ftfCBT) for anxiety disorders in specialised mental health care: A 15-week randomised controlled trial with 1-year followup

Geke Romijn*, Neeltje Batelaan, Jeroen Koning, Anton Van Balkom, Aart De Leeuw, Friederike Benning, Leona Hakkaart Van Roijen, Heleen Riper

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