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Table 3 Longitudinal Changes in Primary and Secondary Outcomes by Study Arm

From: Longitudinal impacts of an online safety and health intervention for women experiencing intimate partner violence: randomized controlled trial

OutcomesNon-Tailored Online ToolTailored Online ToolInteraction p-valueEffect Sizea
Baseline3 months6 months12 monthsBaseline3 months6 months12 months
Depressive Symptoms39.15 (21.34)33.03 (20.38)30.82 (20.31)29.83 (21.26)40.62 (21.00)33.44 (20.79)30.47 (22.15)27.95 (22.50).598−0.18
PTSD Symptoms51.69 (14.46)48.93 (14.41)46.08 (15.49)44.45 (15.81)53.00 (14.24)47.94 (14.91)45.44 (16.40)43.29 (16.82).269−0.17
Experiences of Coercive Control49.93 (9.37)44.77 (11.93)42.28 (14.12)40.94 (14.69)50.15 (8.80)43.09 (11.66)42.04 (14.15)39.62 (15.73).645−0.17
Helpfulness of safety strategies3.23 (0.81)3.29 (0.95)3.40 (0.97)3.54 (0.96)3.21 (0.85)3.34 (0.85)3.50 (0.90)3.55 (0.91).4200.04
Confidence in safety planning for self65.65 (26.87)69.66 (23.33)73.59 (23.76)76.77 (22.32)69.02 (23.56)72.05 (23.87)76.90 (21.79)79.55 (21.94).927−0.02
Confidence in safety planning for children74.82 (29.55)80.29 (25.73)76.91 (28.86)80.55 (24.85)82.63 (25.62)81.73 (25.12)84.39 (21.16)86.33 (22.39).266−0.07
Mastery20.87 (5.24)18.15 (4.25)19.09 (4.19)19.97 (4.39)20.85 (5.62)18.79 (4.09)19.42 (4.47)19.91 (4.42).401−0.01
Social Support2.62 (0.96)2.69 (0.96)2.86 (1.05)2.89 (1.06)2.73 (1.06)2.78 (105)3.05 (1.11)3.13 (1.13).6270.13
  1. aEffect size are Cohen’s d with change computed as (12-months – baseline), where d = (change in tailored – change in non-tailored)/baseline pooled sd