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Table 3 Main intervention effects on moderate PA and vegetable consumption after 12 months. Results of multilevel analyses

From: Long-term effects of a web-based cancer aftercare intervention on moderate physical activity and vegetable consumption among early cancer survivors: a randomized controlled trial

  Complete cases analysisa Intention-to-treat analysisb
  B SE [95% CI] p p.fdr d [95% CI] f 2 B SE [95% CI] p p.fdr
Moderate PA (min p/w)
 After 6 months 93.707 48.058 [-.48; 187.90] .051 .051 -.25 [-.45; -.05 .008 92.886 49.233 [-3.82; 189.59] .060 .060
 After 12 months 128.475 49.627 [31.21; 225.74] .010* .020* -.35 [-.55;-.14] .013 129.473 50.393 [30.39; 228.55] .011* .022*
Vegetable intake (g p/d)
 After 6 months 11.799 3.667 [4.61; 18.99] .001** .002** -.37 [-57; -.17] -.013 11.606 3.781 [4.18; 19.03] .002** .004**
 After 12 months 5.860 3.782 [-1.55; 13.27] .121 .121 -.28 [-.49; -.08] -.001 5.560 3.687 [-.67; 12.79] .132 .132
  1. Note: Multilevel analysis with three-level data structure (time, individuals, hospitals); B = Regression coefficient, d = Cohen’s d, f 2 = Cohen’s f 2 . PA physical activity; p/w per week, p/d per day. Models adjusted for gender, age, marital status, education level, income level, employment, baseline BMI, cancer type, having had cancer before, treatment type, time since last treatment, participation in aftercare, comorbidities, baseline vegetable, fruit, bread, and fish consumption
  2. a For physical activity outcomes N = 398; for diet outcomes N = 403
  3. b Imputed data: for physical activity outcomes N = 451; for diet outcomes N = 462
  4. *p < .05; **p < .01