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Table 19 Subgroup analysis: parent who listened to the podcast

From: Effects of the Informed Health Choices primary school intervention on the ability of children in Uganda to assess the reliability of claims about treatment effects, 1-year follow-up: a cluster-randomised trial

 Control schoolsIntervention schoolsAdjusted effect of the interactiona
 No. of children = 69No. of children = 98Mean difference: 3.8%
(95% CI, − 3.9% to 11.4%)
P = 0.3443
Parent in control group (N = 167)Mean score: 55.1%
(SD 16.4%)
Mean score: 64.5%
(SD 20.2%)
 No. of children = 64No. of children = 104
Parent in podcast group (N = 168)Mean score: 53.6%
(SD 15.9%)
Mean score: 66.3%
(SD 18.6%)
  1. aAdjusted for location, ownership (public/private) and random effect of clustering, ICC = 0.185