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(p. 108) Commentary: International Implementation of CBT: Universal Principles Meet Local Needs 

(p. 108) Commentary: International Implementation of CBT: Universal Principles Meet Local Needs
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(p. 108) Commentary: International Implementation of CBT: Universal Principles Meet Local Needs
Author(s):

Lauren J. Hoffman

, Elaina A. Zendegui

, and Brian C. Chu

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199344635.003.0004
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date: 17 June 2018

The work of Thastum and his colleagues (this volume) presents exciting new directions for improving the robustness and accessibility of evidence-based services. Their chapter describes efforts to replicate evidence-based cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) treatment programs from one country, Australia, to another, Denmark, which contributes to the ever-expanding evidence base for global applicability of CBT for youth anxiety. We comment on the contributions of this replication trial and its implications for further dissemination of evidence-based practice across the globe, in addition to the unique role that mixed methods can play in this effort....

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