CBT


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CBT

CBT

Abbreviation for:
carotid body tumour
childhood brain tumour
Code Blue team
Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (Medspeak-UK)
cognitive behavioural therapy (Medspeak-UK)
cognitive bias test
competency-based training
computer-based training (Medspeak-UK)
cord blood transfusion
cord blood transplant
core body temperature

CBT

Abbreviation for cognitive behavioral therapy.

CBT

cognitive behaviour therapy
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The board of directors of the combined company will be split evenly between Riverview and CBT directors.
The results with treatments using CBT alone and sertraline alone were not significantly different from one another (JAMA 2004;292:1969-76).
In adolescents, the expert panel recommended CBT as first-line therapy for mild to moderate OCD, with the combination of CBT and an SSRI being reserved as first-line treatment for severe adolescent OCD (J.
Specific CBT strategies useful in secondary prevention include automatic thought testing and cognitive restructuring.
The findings indicated that the major differences between IBT and CBT subjects were attributed to the performance, enrollment for the classes, motivation and general attitude toward training method, and satisfaction with the facility.
Companies tend to want to justify the investment in CBT on the basis of faster and cheaper, because these attributes can be expressed in numbers that are easy to understand.
has been using a CBT program (from Payback Training Systems, Morristown, N.
In addition, CBT has two novel humanized monoclonal antibodies that restore the body's immune system to recognize and kill cancer cells - CBT-501, targeting the programmable death-1 membrane receptor of immune cells, and CBT-502, targeting programmable death ligand-1 (PD-L1).
So, what does the CBT have in its cards to defend the TRY?
a supplier of RTM injection systems in Salt Lake City, experimented with Cyclics' newer one-part, precatalyzed CBT system.
A group of 38 patients were randomized evenly into two groups that received either paroxetine or placebo, in addition to cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), as a next step in treatment when they failed to improve with CBT alone.