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Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for Outpatients with Anorexia Nervosa: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Clinical Effectiveness (Datafile and Guidelines)

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posted on 2024-04-24, 11:12 authored by Heather DugganHeather Duggan, Gillian HardyGillian Hardy, Glenn WallerGlenn Waller

The datafiles presented relate to a pre-registered systematic review and meta-analysis of outpatient CBT for anorexia nervosa. It was conducted to assess outpatient CBT's effectiveness for anorexia nervosa and explore potential moderators in order to inform clinical practice. Details are currently available via PROSPERO (CRD42023484924), and the results of this review are in the process of being submitted for publication.

The documents provided are:

  • An Excel file containing a workbook with the dataset used in this review. The front tab acts as a contents page, and further details of how the data were obtained are given on PROSPERO and in the accompanying Word document.
  • A zip file with CSV versions of each sheet in the Excel workbook.
  • A Word document titled Reviewer Guidelines for Full Paper Screening, Data Extraction, and Quality Assessment. This document contains the instructions the reviewers used for screening, data extraction, and quality assessment.

These documents are intended for reading alongside the published paper, details of which will be provided when available.


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