Comparative effectiveness of three versions of a stepped care model for insomnia differing in the amount of therapist support in internet-delivered treatment: study protocol for a pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial (GET Sleep)

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Comparative effectiveness of three versions of a stepped care model for insomnia differing in the amount of therapist support in internet-delivered treatment : study protocol for a pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial (GET Sleep). / Spiegelhalder, Kai; Baumeister, Harald; Al-Kamaly, Abdulwahab et al.

in: BMJ Open, Jahrgang 12, Nr. 8, e058212, 01.08.2022.

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Spiegelhalder, K, Baumeister, H, Al-Kamaly, A, Bader, M, Bauereiss, N, Benz, F, Braun, L, Buntrock, C, Burkhardt, M, Cuijpers, P, Domschke, K, Dülsen, P, Franke, M, Frase, L, Heber, E, Helm, K, Jentsch, T, Johann, A, Küchler, AM, Kuhn, M, Lehr, D, Maun, A, Morin, CM, Moshagen, M, Richter, K, Schiel, J, Simon, L, Spille, L, Weeß, HG, Riemann, D & Ebert, DD 2022, 'Comparative effectiveness of three versions of a stepped care model for insomnia differing in the amount of therapist support in internet-delivered treatment: study protocol for a pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial (GET Sleep)', BMJ Open, Jg. 12, Nr. 8, e058212. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2021-058212

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Spiegelhalder, K., Baumeister, H., Al-Kamaly, A., Bader, M., Bauereiss, N., Benz, F., Braun, L., Buntrock, C., Burkhardt, M., Cuijpers, P., Domschke, K., Dülsen, P., Franke, M., Frase, L., Heber, E., Helm, K., Jentsch, T., Johann, A., Küchler, A. M., ... Ebert, D. D. (2022). Comparative effectiveness of three versions of a stepped care model for insomnia differing in the amount of therapist support in internet-delivered treatment: study protocol for a pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial (GET Sleep). BMJ Open, 12(8), [e058212]. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2021-058212

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title = "Comparative effectiveness of three versions of a stepped care model for insomnia differing in the amount of therapist support in internet-delivered treatment: study protocol for a pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial (GET Sleep)",
abstract = "INTRODUCTION: It is unclear how internet-delivered cognitive-behavioural therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) can be integrated into healthcare systems, and little is known about the optimal level of therapist guidance. The aim of this study is to investigate three different versions of a stepped care model for insomnia (IG1, IG2, IG3) versus treatment as usual (TAU). IG1, IG2 and IG3 rely on treatment by general practitioners (GPs) in the entry level and differ in the amount of guidance by e-coaches in internet-delivered CBT-I. METHODS AND ANALYSIS: In this randomised controlled trial, 4268 patients meeting International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision (ICD-10) criteria for insomnia will be recruited. The study will use cluster randomisation of GPs with an allocation ratio of 3:3:3:1 (IG1, IG2, IG3, TAU). In step 1 of the stepped care model, GPs will deliver psychoeducational treatment; in step 2, an internet-delivered CBT-I programme will be used; in step 3, GPs will refer patients to specialised treatment. Outcomes will be collected at baseline, and 4 weeks, 12 weeks and 6 months after baseline assessment. The primary outcome is insomnia severity at 6 months. An economic evaluation will be conducted and qualitative interviews will be used to explore barriers and facilitators of the stepped care model. ETHICS AND DISSEMINATION: The study protocol was approved by the Ethics Committee of the Medical Centre-University of Freiburg. The results of the study will be published irrespective of the outcome. TRIAL REGISTRATION NUMBER: DRKS00021503.",
keywords = "Adult psychiatry, PSYCHIATRY, SLEEP MEDICINE, Health sciences, Psychology",
author = "Kai Spiegelhalder and Harald Baumeister and Abdulwahab Al-Kamaly and Martina Bader and Natalie Bauereiss and Fee Benz and Lina Braun and Claudia Buntrock and Maike Burkhardt and Pim Cuijpers and Katharina Domschke and Patrick D{\"u}lsen and Marvin Franke and Lukas Frase and Elena Heber and Kathrin Helm and Terry Jentsch and Anna Johann and K{\"u}chler, {Ann Marie} and Michael Kuhn and Dirk Lehr and Andy Maun and Morin, {Charles M.} and Morten Moshagen and Kneginja Richter and Julian Schiel and Laura Simon and Lukas Spille and Wee{\ss}, {Hans G{\"u}nter} and Dieter Riemann and Ebert, {David Daniel}",
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T2 - study protocol for a pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial (GET Sleep)

AU - Spiegelhalder, Kai

AU - Baumeister, Harald

AU - Al-Kamaly, Abdulwahab

AU - Bader, Martina

AU - Bauereiss, Natalie

AU - Benz, Fee

AU - Braun, Lina

AU - Buntrock, Claudia

AU - Burkhardt, Maike

AU - Cuijpers, Pim

AU - Domschke, Katharina

AU - Dülsen, Patrick

AU - Franke, Marvin

AU - Frase, Lukas

AU - Heber, Elena

AU - Helm, Kathrin

AU - Jentsch, Terry

AU - Johann, Anna

AU - Küchler, Ann Marie

AU - Kuhn, Michael

AU - Lehr, Dirk

AU - Maun, Andy

AU - Morin, Charles M.

AU - Moshagen, Morten

AU - Richter, Kneginja

AU - Schiel, Julian

AU - Simon, Laura

AU - Spille, Lukas

AU - Weeß, Hans Günter

AU - Riemann, Dieter

AU - Ebert, David Daniel

N1 - Publisher Copyright: ©

PY - 2022/8/1

Y1 - 2022/8/1

N2 - INTRODUCTION: It is unclear how internet-delivered cognitive-behavioural therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) can be integrated into healthcare systems, and little is known about the optimal level of therapist guidance. The aim of this study is to investigate three different versions of a stepped care model for insomnia (IG1, IG2, IG3) versus treatment as usual (TAU). IG1, IG2 and IG3 rely on treatment by general practitioners (GPs) in the entry level and differ in the amount of guidance by e-coaches in internet-delivered CBT-I. METHODS AND ANALYSIS: In this randomised controlled trial, 4268 patients meeting International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision (ICD-10) criteria for insomnia will be recruited. The study will use cluster randomisation of GPs with an allocation ratio of 3:3:3:1 (IG1, IG2, IG3, TAU). In step 1 of the stepped care model, GPs will deliver psychoeducational treatment; in step 2, an internet-delivered CBT-I programme will be used; in step 3, GPs will refer patients to specialised treatment. Outcomes will be collected at baseline, and 4 weeks, 12 weeks and 6 months after baseline assessment. The primary outcome is insomnia severity at 6 months. An economic evaluation will be conducted and qualitative interviews will be used to explore barriers and facilitators of the stepped care model. ETHICS AND DISSEMINATION: The study protocol was approved by the Ethics Committee of the Medical Centre-University of Freiburg. The results of the study will be published irrespective of the outcome. TRIAL REGISTRATION NUMBER: DRKS00021503.

AB - INTRODUCTION: It is unclear how internet-delivered cognitive-behavioural therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) can be integrated into healthcare systems, and little is known about the optimal level of therapist guidance. The aim of this study is to investigate three different versions of a stepped care model for insomnia (IG1, IG2, IG3) versus treatment as usual (TAU). IG1, IG2 and IG3 rely on treatment by general practitioners (GPs) in the entry level and differ in the amount of guidance by e-coaches in internet-delivered CBT-I. METHODS AND ANALYSIS: In this randomised controlled trial, 4268 patients meeting International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision (ICD-10) criteria for insomnia will be recruited. The study will use cluster randomisation of GPs with an allocation ratio of 3:3:3:1 (IG1, IG2, IG3, TAU). In step 1 of the stepped care model, GPs will deliver psychoeducational treatment; in step 2, an internet-delivered CBT-I programme will be used; in step 3, GPs will refer patients to specialised treatment. Outcomes will be collected at baseline, and 4 weeks, 12 weeks and 6 months after baseline assessment. The primary outcome is insomnia severity at 6 months. An economic evaluation will be conducted and qualitative interviews will be used to explore barriers and facilitators of the stepped care model. ETHICS AND DISSEMINATION: The study protocol was approved by the Ethics Committee of the Medical Centre-University of Freiburg. The results of the study will be published irrespective of the outcome. TRIAL REGISTRATION NUMBER: DRKS00021503.

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