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Table 5 Women’s Ratings of Benefits, Safety, Harms and Acceptability of Interventions and Participation by Group

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

Variable Item Tailored Group Ratingsa Non-Tailored Group Ratingsa p-value Effect Size
d’
N M (SD) N M (SD)
Perceived Benefits I gained something from completing the online tool 201 4.51 (.625) 209 4.45 (.699) .380 0.09
Fit The information in the online tool fit with my needs and concerns 201 4.28 (.756) 209 4.11 (.921) .044 0.20
Safety I felt comfortable and safe taking part 201 4.63 (.603) 209 4.59 (.723) .511 0.06
Potential Harms Working through the online tool made me very anxious or upset 201 3.22 (1.246) 209 3.33 (1.209) .380 −0.09
Acceptability If I had known what this study would be like, I would still have taken part 201 4.46 (.700) 207 4.35 (.798) .159 0.15
Acceptability I would recommend the online tool to other women 200 4.62 (.599) 209 4.47 (.766) .038 0.22
  1. aResponse options: Strongly Disagree (1), Disagree (2), Neither agree or disagree (3), Agree (4), Strongly Agree (5)