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Table 4 Mean respondents’ confidence, self-esteem and well-being scores, before and after CATS intervention

From: Effectiveness of community adolescent treatment supporters (CATS) interventions in improving linkage and retention in care, adherence to ART and psychosocial well-being: a randomised trial among adolescents living with HIV in rural Zimbabwe

Research Arm Baseline (Mean Score) Count (N) End line (Mean Score) Count (N) Difference (95% CI) P value
Intervention 2.21 47 2.70 47 0.49 (0.313,0.667) < 0.001
Control 2.45 39 2.60 28 0.15 (−0.018,0.318) 0.078
  1. Mean respondents’ confidence, self-esteem and well-being scores, before and after CATS intervention is measured using mean score given for both the intervention and control arm, and both at baseline and endline. N = 47 for the intervention arm at baseline, N = 39 for the control arm at baseline, N = 47 for the intervention arm at end line, and N = 28 for the control arm at endline. Difference between the baseline and endline is provided (including the 95% CI). Difference between baseline and endline is statistically significant if p < 0.05. The bold text under p-value column show statistical significance