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Treatment compliance and effectiveness of a cognitive behavioural intervention for low back pain: a complier average causal effect approach to the BeST data set.

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BACKGROUND: Group cognitive behavioural intervention (CBI) is effective in reducing low-back pain and disability in comparison to advice in primary care. The aim of this analysis was to investigate the impact of compliance on estimates of treatment effect and to identify factors associated with compliance. METHODS: In this multicentre trial, 701 adults with troublesome sub-acute or chronic low-back pain were recruited from 56 general practices. Participants were randomised to advice (control ...

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Peer reviewed
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10.1186/1471-2474-15-17

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University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, NDORMS
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University of Oxford
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Oxford, MSD, NDORMS
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BioMed Central Ltd. Publisher's website
Journal:
BMC musculoskeletal disorders Journal website
Volume:
15
Issue:
1
Pages:
17
Publication date:
2014
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1471-2474
ISSN:
1471-2474
URN:
uuid:8647f633-e715-4389-82e2-2722ec595272
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446837
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pubs:446837

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