Children with tics can be helped by a new online treatmentBMJ 2022; 377 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.o1217 (Published 30 May 2022) Cite this as: BMJ 2022;377:o1217
- Helen Saul, editor in chief1,
- Deniz Gursul, research dissemination manager1,
- Jemma Kwint, senior research fellow1,
- Chris Hollis, professor of child & adolescent psychiatry and digital mental health2
- 1NIHR Centre for Engagement and Dissemination, Twickenham, UK
- 2University of Nottingham, Charlotte Hall, Senior Research Fellow, NIHR MindTech, University of Nottingham, UK
- Correspondence to H Saul
Hollis C, Hall CL, Jones R, et al. Therapist supported online remote behavioural intervention for tics in children and adolescents in England (ORBIT): a multicentre, parallel group, single-blind, randomised controlled trial. Lancet Psychiatry 2021;8:P871-82.
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