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Psychotherapy Research: Includes Special Section on Narrative Measures in Psychotherapy Guest Edited by Miguel M. Gonçalves and Lynne Angus, ISSN 1050-3307, 05/2017, Volume 27, Issue 3, pp. 251 - 252
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Clinical psychology (New York, N.Y.), ISSN 0969-5893, 2012, Volume 19, Issue 4, pp. 364 - 374
The focus of this article is the increasingly narrow range of therapeutic orientations represented in clinical psychology graduate training programs,... 
clinical training and research | theoretical orientation | CBT hegemony | Theoretical orientation | Clinical training and research | MODEL | PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL | Behavioral health care | Psychology | Clinical psychology | Graduate studies
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by Neal, David E and Metcalfe, Chris and Donovan, Jenny L and Lane, J. Athene and Davis, Michael and Young, Grace J and Dutton, Susan J and Walsh, Eleanor I and Martin, Richard M and Peters, Tim. J and Turner, Emma L and Mason, Malcolm and Bollina, Prasad and Catto, James and Doherty, Alan and Gillatt, David and Gnanapragasam, Vincent and Holding, Peter and Hughes, Owen and Kockelbergh, Roger and Kynaston, Howard and Oxley, Jon and Paul, Alan and Paez, Edgar and Rosario, Derek J and Rowe, Edward and Staffurth, John and Altman, Doug G and Hamdy, Freddie C and Peters, Tim J and Doble, Andrew and Powell, Philip and Prescott, Stephen and Rosario, Derek and Anderson, John B and Aning, Jonathan and Durkan, Garett and Koupparis, Anthony and Leung, Hing and Mariappan, Param and McNeill, Alan and Persad, Raj and Schwaibold, Hartwig and Tulloch, David and Wallace, Michael and Bonnington, Susan and Bradshaw, Lynne and Cooper, Deborah and Elliott, Emma and Herbert, Phillipa and Howson, Joanne and Jones, Amanda and Lennon, Teresa and Lyons, Norma and Moody, Hilary and Plumb, Claire and O'Sullivan, Tricia and Salter, Elizabeth and Thompson, Pauline and Tidball, Sarah and Blaikie, Jan and Gray, Catherine and Adam, Tonia and Askew, Sarah and Atkinson, Sharon and Baynes, Tim and Brain, Carole and Breen, Viv and Brunt, Sarah and Bryne, Sean and Bythem, Jo and Clarke, Jenny and Cloete, Jenny and Dark, Susan and Davis, Gill and Rue, Rachael De La and Denizot, Jane and Dewhurst, Elspeth and Dimes, Anna and Dixon, Nicola and Ebbs, Penny and Emmerson, Ingrid and Ferguson, Jill and Gadd, Ali and Geoghegan, Lisa and Grant, Alison and Grant, Collette and Godfrey, Rosemary and Goodwin, Louise and Hall, Susie and Hart, Liz and Harvey, Andrew and Hoult, Chloe and Hawkins, Sarah and Holling, Sharon and Innes, Alastair and Kilner, Sue and Marshall, Fiona and Mellen, Louise and Moore, Andrea and ... and for the ProtecT Study Group and ProtecT Study Grp and ProtecT Study Group
European urology, ISSN 0302-2838, 2020, Volume 77, Issue 3, pp. 320 - 330
The ProtecT trial reported intention-to-treat analysis of men with localised prostate cancer (PCa) randomly allocated to active monitoring (AM), radical... 
ProtecT trial | Radical prostatectomy | Active monitoring | Disease progression | Metastasis | Radiotherapy | Prostate cancer | DESIGN | INTENTION | UROLOGY & NEPHROLOGY | COHORT | METASTASIS-FREE SURVIVAL | CARCINOMA | Clinical trials | Mortality | Analysis
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by Lane, Athene and Metcalfe, Chris and Young, Grace J and Peters, Tim J and Blazeby, Jane and Avery, Kerry N. L and Dedman, Daniel and Down, Liz and Mason, Malcolm D and Neal, David E and Hamdy, Freddie C and Donovan, Jenny L and Bonnington, Sue and Bradshaw, Lynne and Cooper, Debbie and Elliott, Emma and Herbert, Pippa and Holding, Peter and Howson, Joanne and Jones, Mandy and Lennon, Teresa and Lyons, Norma and Moody, Hilary and Plumb, Claire and O'Sullivan, Tricia and Salter, Liz and Tidball, Sarah and Thompson, Pauline and Adam, Tonia and Askew, Sarah and Atkinson, Sharon and Baynes, Tim and Blaikie, Jan and Brain, Carole and Breen, Viv and Brunt, Sarah and Bryne, Sean and Bythem, Jo and Clarke, Jenny and Cloete, Jenny and Dark, Susan and Davis, Gill and La Rue, Rachael and Denizot, Jane and Dewhurst, Elspeth and Dimes, Anna and Dixon, Nicola and Ebbs, Penny and Emmerson, Ingrid and Ferguson, Jill and Gadd, Ali and Geoghegan, Lisa and Grant, Alison and Grant, Collette and Gray, Catherine and Godfrey, Rosemary and Goodwin, Louise and Hall, Susie and Hart, Liz and Harvey, Andrew and Hoult, Chloe and Hawkins, Sarah and Holling, Sharon and Innes, Alastair and Kilner, Sue and Marshall, Fiona and Mellen, Louise and Moore, Andrea and Napier, Sally and Needham, Julie and Pearse, Kevin and Pisa, Anna and Rees, Mark and Richards, Elliw and Robson, Lindsay and Roxburgh, Janet and Samuel, Nikki and Sharkey, Irene and Slater, Michael and Smith, Donna and Taggart, Pippa and Taylor, Helen and Taylor, Vicky and Thomas, Ayesha and Tomkies, Briony and Trewick, Nicola and Ward, Claire and Walker, Christy and Williams, Ayesha and Woodhouse, Colin and Wyber, Elizabeth and Aning, Jonathan and Bollina, Prasad and Catto, Jim and Doble, Andrew and Doherty, Alan and Durkan, Garett and Gillatt, David and Hughes, Owen and Kocklebergh, Roger and ... and ProtecT Study Grp and ProtecT Study group and the ProtecT Study group
BJU International, ISSN 1464-4096, 12/2016, Volume 118, Issue 6, pp. 869 - 879
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Psychotherapy research, ISSN 1468-4381, 2010, Volume 20, Issue 6, pp. 692 - 701
The aim of this study was to advance understanding of how clients construct their own process of change in effective therapy sessions. Toward this end, the... 
innovative moments | process research | narrative change