Table 59Detailed strength of evidence grading table: Fostering healthy futures

Intervention and ComparatorOutcomeStudies; subjectsRisk of BiasConsistencyDirectnessPrecisionSOE Grade; Magnitude of Effect
Fostering Healthy Futures vs. Inactive ControlMental and behavioral health1 RCT131; 156LUnknown, Single StudyDirectPreciseLow; small to medium (d=0.30 to 0.51)

Note: All results are G1>G2 unless otherwise noted. For estimation of the magnitude of effect, we include only the statistically significant (p<0.05) effect sizes provided by study authors and do not calculate effect sizes as part of our analysis. Interpretation of the effect size as small, medium, or large is defined as Cohen’s d = 0.20, 0.50, and 0.80.176

Abbreviations: L = low; RCT = randomized controlled trial; SOE = strength of evidence.

From: Results

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