Table 4

Patient-targeted cognitive interventions—theory-based patient education

Reference no.Study settingSample sizePercentage of women screenedEffect95% CI
InterventionControlInterventionControl
Usual care controls75aCommunity747853 (72%)48 (62%)10(−4.9–24.8)
75aCommunity737864 (87%)48 (62%)25(11.8–38.0)
88aCommunity14112253 (37.6%)21 (17.2%)20.4(10.0–30.8)
88aCommunity10712278 (29.5%)21 (17.2%)22.8(18.7–26.9)
SummaryQ = 4.123.6(16.4–30.1)
Active controls-static intervention74aCommunity594440162 (27.3%)121 (27.5%)−0.2(−5.7–5.3)
86aCommunity906359 (65.9%)35 (55.2%)10.7(−15.7–26.4)
86aCommunity446325 (57.1%)35 (55.2%)1.9(−19.1–21.0)
87aCommunity401401201 (50%)225 (56%)−6(−12.9–0.9)
89aCommunity686531 (45.3%)22 (33.8%)11.5(−5.0–28.0)
SummaryQ = 6.30.4(−5.4–6.2)
Active controls-interactive intervention90aCommunity870961567 (65.2%)608 (63.3%)1.9(−2.5–6.3)
67aCommunity20219857 (28%)23 (12%)16(8.3–23.7)
68aCommunity264424212 (80.3%)316 (74.5%)5.8(−1.0–12.6)
70aCommunity13213137 (28%)20 (15%)13(3.2–22.8)
97aCommunity11512221 (18%)16 (13%)5.0(−4.2–14.2)
SummaryQ = 13.07.9(2.3–13.5)
  • a Random control group.