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1971 7
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1973 49
1974 102
1975 116
1976 145
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1978 92
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1981 64
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1984 92
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1998 186
1999 188
2000 146
2001 201
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2003 209
2004 220
2005 261
2006 321
2007 337
2008 351
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Catalogue of bias: attrition bias
Nunan D, et al. BMJ Evid Based Med 2018. PMID 29367321
The Contribution of Therapist Effects to Patient Dropout and Deterioration in the Psychological Therapies.
Saxon D, et al. Clin Psychol Psychother 2017. PMID 27424844 Free article.
Therapist effects on patient dropout and deterioration appear to act independently. Being unemployed as a patient was the strongest predictor of both dropout and deterioration. Patient risk to self or others was also an important predictor....
Therapist effects on patient dropout and deterioration appear to act independently. Being unemployed as a patient was the stro …
[Dropout behavior during inpatient psychotherapy ]
Martens U, et al. Z Psychosom Med Psychother 2014. PMID 25331921 German.
OBJECTIVES: Dropouts result in far-reaching consequences for the individual patient, fellow patients, therapists, and the clinic. ...A total of 59 dropouts, 50 females and 9 males, were included. They were split into 28 early dropouts and 31 late dropouts. The data were compared between early and late dropouts and control group. ...
OBJECTIVES: Dropouts result in far-reaching consequences for the individual patient, fellow patients, therapists, and the clin …
Meta-analysis of dropout from cognitive behavioral therapy: Magnitude, timing, and moderators
Fernandez E, et al. J Consult Clin Psychol 2015. PMID 26302248
Dropout was significantly associated with (a) diagnosis, with depression having the highest attrition rate; (b) format of treatment delivery, with e-therapy having the highest rates; (c) treatment setting, with fewer inpatient than outpatient dropouts; and (d) number of sessions, with treatment starters showing significantly reduced dropout as number of sessions increased. ...
Dropout was significantly associated with (a) diagnosis, with depression having the highest attrition rate; (b) format of treatment delivery …
Predictive factors of dropout from inpatient treatment for anorexia nervosa
Roux H, et al. BMC Psychiatry 2016 - Clinical Trial. PMID 27716113 Free PMC article.
METHODS: From 2009 to 2011, 180 women hospitalized for AN (DSM-IV diagnosis) in 10 centres across France were divided into two groups: those under 18 years (when the decision to discharge belongs to the parents) and those aged 18 years and over (when the patient can legally decide to leave the hospital). ...For participants under 18, predictive factors were living in a single-parent family, severe intake restriction as measured on the "dietary restriction" subscale of the Morgan & Russell scale, and a low patient-reported score on the EDE-Q "restraint concerns" subscale. ...
METHODS: From 2009 to 2011, 180 women hospitalized for AN (DSM-IV diagnosis) in 10 centres across France were divided into two groups: those …
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