CBT for SUD Evidence Profile

DescriptionStudy IdsQuality of included studiesConsistencyDirectnessOther factorsN treatment groupN controlEffect sizeLikelihood of clinically important effectOverall quality
CBT (Modified) + Medication Management vs Medication Management
01 Leaving the study early for any reasonSchmitz2003SIGN: 1+N/AAll had co-morbid SUDSparse data (−1)2521RR= 0.54 (0.3, 0.99)Likely (favouring CBT)Moderate
Efficacy dataSchmitz2003SIGN: 1+N/AAll had co-morbid SUDSparse data (−1)2521No dataN/AVery low

From: APPENDIX 23, EVIDENCE PROFILES

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