Table 54Summary evidence table for the acceptability of treatment

OutcomeLeaving treatment early for any reason
Continuous data effect sizesRR (random effects) = 0.86 (0.57, 1.3) (32% versus 33%)
Quality of evidenceVery low
Number of studies/participants(K = 8; n = 651)
Forest plotPsych 17.01

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