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Table 11 Results of the random effects meta-regression with peer and community intervention deliverers as predictors of intervention effectiveness for health consequences outcomes and self-efficacy

From: The effectiveness of community engagement in public health interventions for disadvantaged groups: a meta-analysis

Outcome B(SE)constant B(SE)Community member B(SE)Peer n R 2 Model homog.Q(p-value)
Health consequences .06 (.11) .17 (.13) .08 (.14) 38 .04 1.70 (p = .43)
Participant self-efficacy .51 (.21)* -.17 (.23) .00 (.24) 20 .03 .58 (p = .75)
  1. *p < .05. Note. Interventions can have more than one intervention deliverer type; the categories are not mutually exclusive. B = unstandardised regression coefficient; SE = standard error of the regression coefficient; n = the number of effect size estimates included in the analysis; R2 = the amount of variance explained by the model, where an R2 of .04 represents 4% of the variance in the effect size estimates explained by the model; and Model homog. = homogeneity Q-test value for the model, where a significant value indicates that the model explains significant variability in the effect size estimates.