Table F-3Summary of results for child PTSD treatment subgroup comparisons (KQ 3)

SubgroupInterventionComparatorNumber of Trials, Number of ParticipantsOutcomeStrength of Evidence and Magnitude of EffectType of Exposure
SexMixed school groupWait-list control1,13 403PTSD symptomsLow; intervention effect on reducing PTSD symptoms significantly greater for female than male students (G1: -0.090 [-0.161 to -0.019] vs. G2: 0.060 [-0.011 to 0.131])Poverty and political violence/ instability
Functional impairmentLow; intervention effect on reducing functional impairment significantly greater for female than male students (G1: -0.120 [-0.179 to -0.061] vs. G2: 0.012 [-0.047 to 0.071])Poverty and political violence/ instability

Abbreviations: PTSD: post-traumatic stress disorder; vs. = versus

From: Appendix F, Summary of Results

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