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Table 2 Self-efficacy scores of intensive home treatment and care as usual

From: The effects of intensive home treatment on self-efficacy in patients recovering from a psychiatric crisis

Self-efficacy dimensions N Time IHT   CAU   t DF p
Mean 95% CI Mean 95% CI
    Lower Upper Lower Upper
Optimism 126 Baseline 4.03 3.73 4.32 4.30 3.91 4.68 1.10 124 0.27
  125 6 weeks 4.23 3.98 4.48 4.25 3.93 4.56 0.07 123 0.94
  112 26 weeks 4.12 3.83 4.38 4.23 3.84 4.62 0.50 110 0.62
Advocacy 125 Baseline 4.61 4.35 4.87 4.43 4.07 4.78 −0.86 123 0.39
  125 6 weeks 4.65 4.43 4.87 4.65 4.40 4.91 0.01 123 0.99
  112 26 weeks 4.69 4.50 4.88 4.71 4.38 5.03 0.70 110 0.94
Coping 124 Baseline 3.67 3.39 3.95 3.78 3.36 4.20 0.44 122 0.66
  125 6 weeks 4.04 3.80 4.28 3.88 3.53 4.23 -0.74 123 0.46
  111 26 weeks 3.86 3.62 4.11 4.01 3.66 4.37 0.72 109 0.47
Self-efficacy 124 Baseline 3.99 3.74 4.24 4.09 3.73 4.46 0.48 122 0.63
  125 6 weeks 4.23 4.01 4.44 4.17 3.89 4.44 -0.34 123 0.74
  112 26 weeks 4.11 3.90 4.33 4.20 3.85 4.54 0.44 110 0.66
  1. The outcome based on a per-protocol analysis
  2. Self-efficacy the total of all self-efficacy dimensions, CAU Care as usual, IHT intensive home treatment, N number of participants included in the analysis, CI confidence interval, t T-test value, DF degrees of freedom