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Brief cognitive–behavioural therapy for patients in the community with schizophrenia: Randomised controlled trial in Beijing, China – Expression of Concern

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  17 September 2018

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Copyright © The Royal College of Psychiatrists 2018 

Concerns have been raised regarding inconsistencies between the British Journal of Psychiatry article ‘Brief cognitive–behavioural therapy for patients in the community with schizophrenia: Randomised controlled trial in Beijing, China’ and the associated retrospective clinical trial registration (ChiCTR-TRC-13003709).

The authors have responded to these concerns, acknowledging that some errors were made. The case has also been reviewed by the COPE forum. However, a final resolution has not yet been reached, and the matter is being evaluated by the Senior Editorial Committee.

This Expression of Concern should not be considered as a statement regarding validity of the work but rather as a notification to readers, and an intent to provide additional information as it becomes available.

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Guo, Zhi-Hua, Li, Zhan-Jiang, Ma, Yun, Sun, Jing, Guo, Jun-Hua, Li, Wen-Xiu, Wang, Zhi-Qiang, Xu, Hui-Li, Ng, Roger M. K., Turkington, Douglas, Kingdon, David, ‘Brief cognitive–behavioural therapy for patients in the community with schizophrenia: Randomised controlled trial in Beijing, China’, British Journal of Psychiatry, Volume 210, Issue 3, March 2017, pp. 223229CrossRefGoogle ScholarPubMed
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