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13. Patel V, Weobong B, Nadkarni A, Weiss HA, Anand A, Naik S, Bhat B, Pereira J, Araya R, Dimidjian S et al: The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of lay counsellor-delivered psychological treatments for harmful and dependent drinking and moderate to severe depression in primary care in India: PREMIUM study protocol for randomized controlled trials. Trials 2014, 15(1):101.
14. Nadkarni A, Velleman R, Dabholkar H, Shinde S, Bhat B, McCambridge J, Murthy P, Wilson TWeobong B, Patel V: The Systematic Development and Pilot Randomized Evaluation of Counselling for Alcohol Problems, a Lay Counselor-Delivered Psychological Treatment for Harmful Drinking in Primary Care in India: The PREMIUM Study. Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research 2015, 39(3):522-531.
15. Chowdhary NA, A; Dimijian, S; Shinde, S; Weobong, B; Balaji, M; Rahman, A; Verdeli, H; Araya, R; King, M; Jordans, M; Fairburn, C; Kirkwood, B; Patel, V: The Healthy Activity Program lay counsellor delivered treatment for severe depression in India: systematic development and randomised evaluation. The British Journal of Psychiatry, Accepted 2015.
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