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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Balázs Nemes, Réka P. Szabó, László Bidiga, Károly Kalmár Nagy, Lóránt Illésy, and Anikó Szilvási

technique on sensitization status of patients on the kidney transplant waiting list. Am J Transplant. 2013; 13: 2075–2082. 13 Crespo M, Torio A, Mas V, et al. Clinical relevance of

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efficacy of the (1) intervention condition with the (2) wait-list control condition. Participants assigned to the control condition will access the intervention materials three months after completing the baseline questionnaire set. Participants will be

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. , & Pollock , A. ( 2007 , June 2 ). Waiting list and waiting time statistics in Britain: A critical review . Retrieved from http://www.allysonpollock.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/CIPHP_2008_Godden

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Interventional Medicine and Applied Science
Authors: Adam Hatzidakis, Nikolaos Galanakis, Elias Kehagias, Dimitrios Samonakis, Mairi Koulentaki, Erminia Matrella, and Dimitrios Tsetis

procedure in patients with BCS by different studies because it is associated with higher patency rates and lower risk of re-intervention [ 33–35 ]. Two of our patients are still in the waiting list for liver transplantation. This fact highlights the

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Interventional Medicine and Applied Science
Authors: Sirous Azizi, Afsaneh Dadarkhah, Zahra Rezasoltani, Seyed Ahmad Raeissadat, Reza Kazempoor Mofrad, and Sharif Najafi

. Patients were recruited from the waiting list of the hospital or were referred by other physicians. The majority of the referrals to the clinic was from a rehabilitation center. The study was explained to all potential participants during the interview in

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Alexandra Torres-Rodríguez, Mark D. Griffiths, Xavier Carbonell, and Ursula Oberst

, Lavarenne, & Lecomte, 2014 ). The control group also received psychological attention, because the use of the waiting list was considered unethical according to the following considerations: (a) the participants were

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Martina Goslar, Max Leibetseder, Hannah M. Muench, Stefan G. Hofmann, and Anton-Rupert Laireiter

psychological treatment (without restrictions around mode of delivery, setting, or duration of treatment); (b) used a randomized or quasi-randomized controlled study design, such as wait-list (WL) controls, participants not receiving treatment, assessment only

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therapy, or behavior-based educational programming. Studies were also analyzed for the type of control (e.g., waiting list, no treatment, and treatment as usual). The relevant data were extracted by the two authors. The authors (raters) then coded these

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-based cognitive behavioral intervention improves sexual functioning versus wait-list control in women treated for gynecologic cancer . Gynecologic Oncology, 125, 320 – 325 . doi: 10.1016/j.ygyno.2012.01.035 10.1016/j.ygyno.2012

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Martina Goslar, Max Leibetseder, Hannah M. Muench, Stefan G. Hofmann, and Anton-Rupert Laireiter

-randomized controlled study designs including wait-list controls, participants not receiving treatment, alternative active treatments, or a placebo intervention; (3) treated participants with the diagnosis of IA, SA, or CB; (4) measured at least one of the outcome

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