All Relations between pragmatics and microtubule-associated protein tau

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Jan Scott, Richard Bentall, Peter Kinderman, Richard Morris. Is cognitive behaviour therapy applicable to individuals diagnosed with bipolar depression or suboptimal mood stabilizer treatment: a secondary analysis of a large pragmatic effectiveness trial. International journal of bipolar disorders vol 10 issue 1 2022 35501581 this study describes a secondary analysis of a large-scale multi-centre pragmatic effectiveness randomized controlled trial (rct) of cognitive behaviour therapy plus treatment as usual (cbt) or treatment as usual alone (tau) and explores outcomes in individuals who were: (i) recruited in depressive episodes, or (ii) receiving suboptimal doses of or no mood stabilizers (ms). 2022-05-02 2022-05-06 Not clear
Jasmin Wittmann, Melissa Gro\\xc3\\x9f, Claudia Catani, Telja Schmidt, Sina Neldner, Sarah Wilker, Theodor May, Verena Ertl, Rita Rosner, Areej Zindler, Michael Odenwald, Frank Neune. The efficacy of Narrative Exposure Therapy for Children (KIDNET) as a treatment for traumatized young refugees versus treatment as usual: update to the study protocol for the multi-center randomized controlled trial YOURTREAT. Trials vol 23 issue 1 2022 35477413 the trial yourtreat aims to compare the pragmatic, short-term psychotherapy narrative exposure therapy for children (kidnet) with treatment as usual (tau) for the treatment of young refugees in germany. 2022-04-28 2022-04-30 Not clear
Nikolaj Kun\\xc3\\xb8e, Hans Martin Nussle, Anne-Marthe Indregar. Protocol for the Lovisenberg Open Acute Door Study (LOADS): a pragmatic randomised controlled trial to compare safety and coercion between open-door policy and usual-care services in acute psychiatric inpatients. BMJ open vol 12 issue 2 2022 35173011 the evaluation is designed as a pragmatic rct with treatment-as-usual (tau) control followed by a 4-year observational period. 2022-02-17 2022-02-23 Not clear
Cody Durrer, Sean McKelvey, Joel Singer, Alan M Batterham, James D Johnson, Kelsey Gudmundson, Jay Wortman, Jonathan P Littl. A randomized controlled trial of pharmacist-led therapeutic carbohydrate and energy restriction in type 2 diabetes. Nature communications vol 12 issue 1 2021 34508090 we conducted a 12-week pragmatic, community-based parallel-group randomized controlled trial ( nct03181165) evaluating the effect of a low-carbohydrate (<50\xe2\x80\x89g), energy-restricted diet (~850-1100\xe2\x80\x89kcal/day; pharm-tcr; n\xe2\x80\x89=\xe2\x80\x8998) compared to treatment-as-usual (tau; n\xe2\x80\x89=\xe2\x80\x8990), delivered by community pharmacists, on glucose-lowering medication use, cardiometabolic health, and health-related quality of life. 2021-10-14 2022-01-13 Not clear
Sharon Dawe, Paul Harnett, Matthew J Gullo, Elizabeth Eggins, Jane Barlo. Moderators and mediators of outcomes of parents with substance use problems: further evaluation of the Parents under Pressure programme. Addiction (Abingdon, England) vol 116 issue 11 2021 34033205 this study aims to identify mediators and moderators of change in a pragmatic, multi-site, randomized controlled trial of the parents under pressure (pup) programme, a family-focused intervention for parents with substance use and other problems, and treatment-as-usual (tau). 2021-10-08 2022-01-13 Not clear
Eunbyeol Lee, Yeoul Han, Yun Ji Cha, Ji-Hye Oh, Na-Ri Hwang, Ho-Jun Seo, Kee-Hong Cho. Community-Based Multi-Site Randomized Controlled Trial of Behavioral Activation for Patients with Depressive Disorders. Community mental health journal vol issue 2021 33864548 this study utilized a pragmatic randomized controlled research design to investigate whether ba, as compared with treatment as usual (tau), led to superior treatment effects, when delivered in community mental health settings by retrained community mental health professionals. 2021-04-17 2022-01-13 Not clear
Wenche Ryberg, Roar Fosse, Per Henrik Zahl, Inge Brorson, Paul M\\xc3\\xb8ller, Nils Inge Landr\\xc3\\xb8, David Jobe. Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS) compared to treatment as usual (TAU) for suicidal patients: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials vol 17 issue 1 2018 27716298 in this pragmatic randomized controlled trial (rct) we will investigate if cams is more effective than treatment as usual (tau) in reducing suicidal thoughts and behaviors. 2018-02-06 2022-01-12 Not clear
Eric L Garland, Amelia Roberts-Lewis, Christine D Tronnier, Rebecca Graves, Karen Kelle. Mindfulness-Oriented Recovery Enhancement versus CBT for co-occurring substance dependence, traumatic stress, and psychiatric disorders: Proximal outcomes from a pragmatic randomized trial. Behaviour research and therapy vol 77 issue 2017 26701171 the aim of the present study was to conduct a pragmatic randomized controlled trial comparing mindfulness-oriented recovery enhancement (more) to group cognitive-behavioral therapy (cbt) and treatment-as-usual (tau) for previously homeless men residing in a therapeutic community. 2017-02-15 2022-01-12 Not clear
Livia Hartmann Souza, Giovanni Abrah\\xc3\\xa3o Salum, Bruno Paz Mosqueiro, Marco Antonio Caldieraro, Tadeu Assis Guerra, Marcelo P Flec. Interpersonal psychotherapy as add-on for treatment-resistant depression: A pragmatic randomized controlled trial. Journal of affective disorders vol 193 issue 2016 26799332 we investigate ipt as an adjunct strategy to treatment as usual (tau) for trd patients in a pragmatic, randomized, controlled trial. 2016-09-26 2022-01-12 Not clear
Peter Fonagy, Felicitas Rost, Jo-Anne Carlyle, Susan McPherson, Rachel Thomas, R M Pasco Fearon, David Goldberg, David Taylo. Pragmatic randomized controlled trial of long-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy for treatment-resistant depression: the Tavistock Adult Depression Study (TADS). World psychiatry : official journal of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA) vol 14 issue 3 2015 26407787 this pragmatic randomized controlled trial tested the effectiveness of long-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy (ltpp) as an adjunct to treatment-as-usual according to uk national guidelines (tau), compared to tau alone, in patients with long-standing major depression who had failed at least two different treatments and were considered to have treatment-resistant depression. 2015-09-26 2022-01-12 Not clear