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Project Title

KIDS FACE FEARS: Face-to-face vs. Computer-Enhanced Formats Pragmatic Study of Anxiety

Project Summary

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.

Project Details

Contact Information

Principal InvestigatorFunder
Miller, Leslie – MDPCORI (Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute)
DepartmentProject Start Date
Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences10/01/2018
Co – Principal InvestigatorProject End Date
Platt, Rheanna – MD, MPH12/31/2021
Other Co – Principal InvestigatorsTeam 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

Email: kidsfacefears@jhmi.edu

Phone: 856-887-4163


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