Transitions in Care and Services recommendation 5.1 evidence profile
27 October 2023
of Participants Study details Reported effects/outcomes Publication Certainty Reference № of Risk of Study design Inconsistency Indirectness Imprecision bias Country Intervention Intervention Control studies bias months of support from a mental health mental health in the intervention peer support worker who services 4 services 4 group than in the supported them in months: months: 24 (6) control g. [...] per patient: per patient: group compared to They linked clients to the control group community resources, In the year In the year helped identify and eliminate before the before the barriers to health, intervention was intervention was coordinated care, tailored introduced: 2.6 introduced: 1.6 health information to person’s needs, and In the year after In the year after motivated persons to make t. [...] e The study was assessed using the ROBINS-I tool for non-RCT studies, and had serious risk of bias due to lack of control for confounding variables, deviations from the intended intervention, missing data, and self- reporting of outcomes. [...] g Based on the risk-of bias-tool for randomized trials (RoB 2), there was serious risk of bias related to the randomization process, deviations from the intended interventions, and selection of the reported results across the four studies. [...] t Based on the risk-of bias-tool for randomized trials (RoB 2), there was serious risk of bias related to the randomization process, deviations from the intended interventions, and the selection of reported results across the five studies.