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Comparing Participants' Satisfaction with Behavioral Therapies for Chronic Insomnia
Science of Nursing and Health Practices - Science infirmière et pratiques en santé
Mise en comparaison de la satisfaction des participants quant aux thérapies comportementales contre l'insomnie chronique Abstract Introduction: Extensive evidence supports the effectiveness of behavioral therapies for chronic insomnia, but there is limited information on patients' satisfaction with these, which is a key factor in therapy uptake, adherence and effectiveness. Objective: This study compared participants' satisfaction with the process and outcome attributes of single--anddoi:10.31770/2561-7516.1016 fatcat:b6nlchev4rbbfmorprgltqctjm