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  • The effects of improving sleep on mental health (OASIS): a randomised controlled trial with mediation analysis. 

    Freeman, D; Sheaves, B; Goodwin, GM; Yu, L-M; Nickless, A; Harrison, PJ; Emsley, R; Luik, AI; Foster, RG; Wadekar, V; Hinds, C; Gumley, A; Jones, R; Lightman, S; Jones, S; Bentall, R; Kinderman, P; Rowse, G; Brugha, T; Blagrove, M; Gregory, AM; Fleming, L; Walklet, E; Glazebrook, C; Davies, EB; Hollis, C; Haddock, G; John, B; Coulson, M; Fowler, D; Pugh, K; Cape, J; Moseley, P; Brown, G; Hughes, C; Obonsawin, M; Coker, S; Watkins, E; Schwannauer, M; MacMahon, K; Siriwardena, AN; Espie, CA (England, 2017-10)
    BACKGROUND: Sleep difficulties might be a contributory causal factor in the occurrence of mental health problems. If this is true, improving sleep should benefit psychological health. We aimed to determine whether treating ...
  • Quality of stepped-wedge trial reporting can be reliably assessed using an updated CONSORT: crowd-sourcing systematic review 

    Hemming, K; Carroll, K; Thompson, J; Forbes, A; Taljaard, M; Dutton, SJ; Madurasinghe, V; Morgan, K; Stuart, B; Fielding, K; Cornelius, V; Turner, EL; Hooper, R; Giraudeau, B; Seed, PT; Nickless, A; Grayling, M; Prague, M; Kerry, S; Bell, L; Watson, E; Gafoor, R; Marlin, N; Yorganci, E; Smith, L; Mbekwe, M; Teerenstra, S; Chan, C; Moerbeek, M; Jacobsen, P; Bond, S; Jones, B; Preisser, J; Kanaan, M; Hewitt, C; Easter, C; Pellatt-Higgins, T; Pankhurst, L; Agbla, SC; Eldridge, S; Lerner, RG; Leyrat, C; Pilling, M; Forman, JR; Bhattacharya, I; Magill, N; Candlish, J; McDowell, C; Martin, J; Kristunas, C; Allen, E; Seward, N; Nicholls, E; Franklin, BD (Elsevier BV, 2019-03)

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