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Table 18Study information table for trials of multi-component interventions for adolescents at risk of offending

Multisystemic therapy versus controlMultidimensional treatment foster care versus controlOther multi-component interventions versus control
Total no. of trials (total no. of participants)10 RCTs (N = 1,642)2 RCTs (N = 166)3 RCTs (N = 265)
Study IDBORDUIN1995
BORDUIN2001
HENGGELER1992
HENGGELER1997
HENGGELER1999
HENGGELER2006
LESCHIED2002
OGDEN2004
ROWLAND2005
TIMMONS-MITCHELL 2006
CHAMBERLAIN1998
CHAMBERLAIN2007
BARRETT2000 (family therapy + anger control + problem solving skills)
CAVELL2000 (problem solving skills + mentoring)
FRASER2004 (family therapy + parent training + social skills training)
DiagnosisYoung people with an offending historyYoung people with an offending historyOppositional defiant disorder and/or behaviour problems; young people with an offending history
Baseline severity: mean (SD)Not relevantNot relevantDiagnosis of conduct disorder/oppositional defiant disorder:
BARRETT2000

Reported behaviour problems in the clinical range on a behaviour problem scale:
CAVELL2000

Referred for behaviour problems:
FRASER2004
Treatment length128 days174 days208 days
Length of follow-upLongest: 4 yearsLongest: 2 yearsLongest: 1 year
AgeRange: 9–18 yearsRange: 12–17 yearsRange: 6–12 years

From: 5, INTERVENTIONS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS FOR THE PREVENTION OF ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY DISORDER

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