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Clinical and cost-effectiveness of computerised cognitive behavioural therapy for depression in primary care: Design of a randomised trial

By L Esther de Graaf, Sylvia AH Gerhards, Silvia MAA Evers, Arnoud Arntz, Heleen Riper, Johan L Severens, Guy Widdershoven, Job FM Metsemakers and Marcus JH Huibers
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