Unadjusted and Adjusted Proportions and Risk Differences for the Effects of the Intervention Group Relative to the Control Group

OutcomeInterventionControlRisk DifferenceORP
Media use <120 min/d
    Baseline, n/N891/2288755/1931
        Unadjusted, %38.939.1
        Adjusted, %34.434.1
    1 mo, n/N935/2258722/1878
        Unadjusted, %41.438.53.1.1501.1.050
        Adjusted, %36.433.13.0.1501.1.120
    6 mo, n/N850/1907642/1579
        Unadjusted, %44.640.74.1.0801.2.020
        Adjusted, %39.736.23.2.1501.2.030
Use of timeouts (children 2–5 y)
    Baseline, n/N526/1338501/1241
        Unadjusted, %39.340.4
        Adjusted, %37.738.1
    1 mo, n/N484/1165438/1068
        Unadjusted, %41.641.01.7.5501.0.800
        Adjusted, %
    6 mo, n/N400/974351/888
        Unadjusted, %41.0139.52.6.3701.1.500
        Adjusted, %39.437.32.5.4001.1.290
Use of firearm cable lock
    Baseline, n/N346/590294/461
        Unadjusted, %58.663.8
        Adjusted, %57.865.8
    1 mo, n/N342/537217/374
        Unadjusted, %63.758.010.9.0101.3.080
        Adjusted, %63.559.212.3.0061.7.003
    6 mo, n/N310/454171/328
        Unadjusted, %68.352.121.4<.0012.0<.001
        Adjusted, %<.0012.0<.001
  • This table presents both unadjusted and adjusted differences. The adjusted model includes group, time × group interaction, practice urbanicity, and practice service to ≥50% minority populations versus the unadjusted table that examines only the group differences. Risk difference refers to difference in effect (follow-up minus baseline) between intervention and control groups. The values for ICCs at the practice level varied from 0.02 to 0.07. At the provider level, the ICCs varied from 0.0004 to 0.0450. OR indicates odds ratio.