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Table 2 Average raw Borkovec & Nau scores by arm and by time point

From: Delivering an Optimised Behavioural Intervention (OBI) to people with low back pain with high psychological risk; results and lessons learnt from a feasibility randomised controlled trial of Contextual Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CCBT) vs. Physiotherapy

  Baseline 3 months
Question CCBT Mean (SD) N Physiotherapy Mean (SD) N Total Mean (SD) N CCBT Mean (SD) N Physiotherapy Mean (SD) N Total Mean (SD) N
Q1 – How logical does / did the treatment offered seem to you? 6.7 (2.89) 44 8.9 (1.62) 44 7.8 (2.58) 88 5.0 (3.28) 31 6.9 (2.70) 31 6.0 (3.13) 62
Q2 – How successful do you think this treatment will be / was in reducing the impact of pain? 6.6 (2.69) 44 8.1 (1.73) 44 7.3 (2.38) 88 4.0 (3.26) 27 6.2 (2.73) 31 5.2 (3.17) 58
Q3 – How confident would you be in recommending this treatment to a friend? N/A N/A N/A 5.4 (3.82) 27 7.4 (2.86) 31 6.5 (3.47) 58
Q4 – How interesting and engaging was the treatment overall? N/A N/A N/A 6.5 (3.04) 27 6.4 (3.07) 31 6.4 (3.03) 58
Q5 – How satisfied were you with the overall quality of the treatment? N/A N/A N/A 6.6 (3.10) 27 7.0 (3.04) 31 6.8 (3.05) 58
  1. Only the first two questions of the Borkovec & Nau were asked at baseline. The baseline questionnaire was completed post randomisation but prior to starting treatment