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KIDS FACE FEARS: Face-to-face vs. Computer-Enhanced Formats Pragmatic Study of Anxiety
Kids FACE FEARS is a pragmatic randomized controlled trial comparing the effectiveness of two forms of a cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) intervention for anxiety in children and youth. The primary objective of the study is the evaluation the relative effectiveness of the face-to-face vs. web-based CBT interventions for treating anxiety in children 7-18 years of age. The study will also determine whether patient, family, provider, and systems characteristics moderate engagement in treatment and differential response to inform treatment personalization for patient subgroups.
|Miller, Leslie – MD||PCORI (Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute)|
|Department||Project Start Date|
|Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences||10/01/2018|
|Co – Principal Investigator||Project End Date|
|Platt, Rheanna – MD, MPH||12/31/2021|
|Other Co – Principal Investigators||Team Members|
|Comer, Jon – PhD, Florida International University
Pincus, Donna – PhD, Boston University
|Ross DeCamp, Lisa – MD, MSPH
Polk, Sarah – MD, ScM
Brandt, Amelia – MSW, MPH
Cooper, Lindsay – BA, MA
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