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Online support improved eczema symptoms in children and young people

BMJ 2023; 381 doi: (Published 28 April 2023) Cite this as: BMJ 2023;381:p878
  1. Helen Saul, editor in chief1,
  2. Samantha Cassidy, science writer1,
  3. Candace Imison, deputy director of dissemination and knowledge mobilisation, NIHR1,
  4. Miriam Santer, GP and professor of primary care research2
  1. 1NIHR Evidence, Twickenham, UK
  2. 2University of Southampton, Southampton, UK
  1. Correspondence to H Saul evidence{at}

The study

Santer M, Muller I, Becque T. Eczema Care Online behavioural interventions to support self-care for children and young people: two independent, pragmatic, randomised controlled trials. BMJ 2022;379:e072007.

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