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Implications for practice and research
Using nurses to facilitate a cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) based self-management intervention for heart failure patients is no more cost-effective than a CBT manual alone.
CBT self-management for heart failure patients may be more effectively delivered as part of collaborative care but this needs to be confirmed in future trials.
Heart failure is a common long-term condition affecting many people in the UK.1 It is a leading cause of hospital admissions …
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