In her debut blog, Eline van Bree summarises a recent pre-post observational cohort study, which explores the effectiveness of delivering evidence-based eating disorder treatment via telemedicine for children and young people.[read the full story...]
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Telemental health: mega-blog on remote mental health care during the pandemic
In her debut blog, Philippa Clery presents the findings of three studies from the NIHR Mental Health Policy Research Unit, which explore the acceptability and efficacy of telemental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.[read the full story...]
CBT delivery formats for adult depression: group, telephone & guided self-help all as effective as individual therapy?
Kinga Antal reviews a network meta-analysis which finds that individual, group, telephone and guided self-help CBT are all equally effective for treating depression in adults.[read the full story...]
The role of ICT in Ageing in Place: a family matter
Jacqueline Damant considers a qualitative study looking at the experiences of older people and their support networks in using ICT to support Ageing in Place.[read the full story...]
Assistive technology for dementia: two reviews highlight lack of evidence
Mike Clark considers two recent systematic reviews of assistive technology to support people living with dementia.[read the full story...]
Telemedicine psychotherapy for older veterans with depression
Lisa Burscheidt appraises an RCT of telemedicine psychotherapy for depression in older veterans, which establishes non-inferiority of telemedicine delivery versus same-room delivery of behavioural activation.[read the full story...]
What do we know about designing and delivering care closer to home?
In this blog, Alison Turner looks at a set of guides aims to explore the challenges and benefits of designing and delivering care closer to home.[read the full story...]
What is the best management approach for patellofemoral pain?
In this blog, Lesley Dawson considers a mixed methods study, which combined findings from high-quality systematic reviews with clinical reasoning from international clinical experts to produce a best practice guide for clinicians managing patients with patellofemoral pain.[read the full story...]
BME communities and self-management of long term conditions
Clarissa Giebel considers a systematic review on user-led self-management of long term conditions for black and minority ethnic (BME) communities and weighs up what the findings mean for BME people living with chronic conditions in the UK.[read the full story...]
Cartilage failures. Systematic literature review, critical survey analysis, and definition
Lesley Dawson highlights a recent study that analysed how failures are defined in cartilage surgery and how survival rates may change according to different definitions.[read the full story...]