Table 29Characteristics of the included trial of psychoeducation versus debriefing plus psychoeducation

Study and Risk of Bias, Prevention TypeStudy Design, Intervention (n)Treatment Duration (Followup Duration)Population and Trauma TypePrimary Outcome Measure and Baseline ScoreMean Age and Age Range (Years)Percentage Female
Rose et al., 1999129

Medium

Universal
Unblinded RCT, Psychoeducation (52)
Debriefing + psychoeducation (54)
One 1-hour individual session (6 months)aCivilian crime victims (Actual or threatened physical or sexual assault; bag snatch)PSS-SR, Psychoeducation: 16.0
Debriefing + psychoeducation: 16.8
35.9 (18–76)b24.8b

n = subset of sample; PSS-SR = Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Scale-Self-Report; RCT = randomized controlled trial

a

Because of very high overall attrition (i.e., greater than 40% at 11-month followup) in this study of psychoeducation and debriefing plus psychoeducation,129 we considered all outcomes collected at that time point as having a high risk of bias and therefore do not report them here or in Appendix G.

b

Data not directly provided by the study authors. Data provided here are calculated by authors of this report.

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Gartlehner G, Forneris CA, Brownley KA, et al.

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