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Table 5 JBI quasi-experimental JBI checklist

From: Clinical yarning with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples—a systematic scoping review of its use and impacts

  Is it clear in the study what is the cause’ and what is the “effect” (i.e., there is no confusion about which variable comes first)? Were the participants included in any comparisons similar? Were the participants included in any comparisons receiving similar treatment/care, other than the exposure or intervention of interest? Was there a control group? Were there multiple measurements of the outcome both pre- and post-intervention/exposure? Was follow up complete and if not, were differences between groups in terms of their follow up adequately described and analysed? Were the outcomes of participants included in any comparisons measured in the same way? Were outcomes measured in a reliable way? Was appropriate statistical analysis used? Author quality rank
Dimer et al. Y Y Y N N Y Y Y Y Moderate
  1. JBI checklist legend (Y yes, N no, U unsure, NA not applicable)