The CALM trial protocol: a randomised controlled trial of a guided self‑help cognitive behavioural therapy intervention to reduce dental anxiety in children

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References: Marshman, Z., Rodd, H., Fairhurst, C. et al. The CALM trial protocol: a randomised controlled trial of a guided self-help cognitive behavioural therapy intervention to reduce dental anxiety in children. Trials 24, 15 (2023).

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Zoe Marshman, Helen Rodd, Caroline Fairhurst, Jenny Porritt, Bhupinder Dawett, Peter Day, Nicola Innes, Christopher Vernazza, Tim Newton, Sarah Ronaldson, Liz Cross, Jennie Ross, Sarah R. Baker, Catherine Hewitt, David Torgerson & Hannah Ainsworth

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