Table 2

Behavioral interventions

Reference no.Sample sizeWomen screenedEffect95% CI
InterventionControlInterventionControl
Provider-targeted behavioral interventions with usual care control63NEaNE8%2%6NE
6438538585 (22%)23 (6%)16(11.2–20.8)
65b11611637 (32%)14 (12%)20(10.0–30.0)
66b432432264 (61%)c194 (45%)c16(9.4–22.6)
67b768523 (30%)9 (11%)20(7.5–31.9)
68b710710285 (40%)c248 (35%)c5(−0.03–10.03)
39b32235 (16%)1 (4%)11.3(−3.7–26.3)
40b14431 (7%)2 (5%)2(−11.8–16.8)
72bNENE77%57%20NE
SummaryQ-statistic 16.513.2(7.8–18.4)
Provider-targeted interventions with active controls70b639623173 (27%)131 (21%)6(1.3–10.7)
69b345266108 (31%)73 (27%)4(−3.4–11.0)
41b2,6542,6541433 (54%)1247 (47%)7(4.3–9.7)
71b341313112 (33%)95 (30%)2.4(−4.7–9.5)
10b370381118 (32%)97 (25%)6.6(0.1–13.1)
43b600625266 (44.3%)222 (35.5%)8.8(3.3–14.3)
44d33724308Pre, 597 (17.7%)Pre, 482 (11.2%)6.8(4.1–9.5)
Post, 1612 (47.9%)Post, 1490 (34.6%)
4437464308Pre, 472 (13%)Pre, 482 (11%)4.8(2.2–7.3)
Post, 1528 (41%)Post, 1490 (35%)
SummaryQ-statistic 17.46.8(4.8–8.7)
Provider and patient interventions with usual care controls67b618519 (31%)9 (11%)21(7.2–33.8)
4024436 (25%)2 (5%)20(1.5–38.5)
SummaryQ-statistic 0.020.5(9.7–31.3)
Provider and patient interventions with active controls69b33226690 (27%)73 (27%)−0.3(−7.5–6.9)
42b13821343732 (53%)551 (41%)12(9.4–14.6)
10b388381122 (32%)97 (25%)6.1(−0.3–12.5)
16b11711171362 (31%)187 (16%)14.9(11.5–18.3)
SummaryQ-statistic 17.38.9(3.1–14.6)
  • a NE, not evaluable.

  • b Random control group.

  • c Performance score. Pre, preintervention; Post, postintervention.

  • d Nonrandomized concurrent control group.