2 responses to “Offering Brief Behavioral Therapy for insomnia (BBTi) in primary care settings”

  1. I think this is a great concept. My only concern with this website is that before registering it is not clear who the website belongs to or how it is funded (or why someone would host this website for free). I myself would have privacy concerns inputting my personal data without more information. This is in contrast to a website like mysleepwell.ca that does have sponsors and purpose clearly listed.

  2. This article does not provide useful information for the average provider to improve patient outcomes for patients struggling with insomnia. The article is built to orient the provider to a private program or to provide a referral.

    This article has greatly decreased my confidence in the This Changed My Practice website and the vetting process for this to be considered “educational” material.

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