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Table 74Parent-child interaction therapy adaptation package: Study characteristics

First Author et al., Year
Country
Sample Description (Age Group)Study Design and DurationComparison GroupsBaseline NRisk of Bias
Chaffin, 200496

United States
Physically abused children ages 4 to 12 years and their caregiversRCT

Median follow-up time=850 days postbaseline
G1: PCIT-AP
G2: PCIT-AP enhanced
G3: SAU
G1: 42
G2: 33
G3: 35
Overall
N=110
Medium
Chaffin, 201195

United States
Neglected or physically abused children ages 2.5 to 12 years and their caregiversRCT

Median follow-up time=904 days postbaseline
G1: PCIT-AP
G2: SM + SAU parenting program
G3: PCIT + SAU orientation
G4: Usual care
G1: 34
G2: 41
G3: 36
G4: 42
Overall
N=153a
Low
a

Initial randomization to the orientation group conditions: N=192.

Abbreviations: G = group; N = number; PCIT-AP = Parent-Child Interaction Therapy Adaptation Package (i.e., PCIT combined with self-motivational orientation); RCT = randomized controlled trial; SAU = services as usual (community standard orientation + parenting program); SM = self-motivational orientation.

Initial randomization to the orientation group conditions: N=192.

From: Results

Cover of Child Exposure to Trauma: Comparative Effectiveness of Interventions Addressing Maltreatment
Child Exposure to Trauma: Comparative Effectiveness of Interventions Addressing Maltreatment [Internet].
Comparative Effectiveness Reviews, No. 89.
Fraser JG, Lloyd SW, Murphy RA, et al.

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