Tag: cognitive behaviour therapy

How an Australian’s FOI request busted open a UK science scandal

The 2011 PACE trial examined the effect of graded exercise therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy against standard medical care, but refused to share their data.
West Australian Alem Matthees filed a UK Freedom of Information Act. The ruling released the data and further examination found glaring problems with the study.

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Ask UNSW To Cancel CBT/GET Training Study

Write to the University of New South Wales and ask them not to allow a trial to train health professionals in graded exercise therapy and cognitive behaviour therapy for chronic fatigue syndrome patients in Australia.

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