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Table 2 Pre and post-treatment IPV, PTSD symptoms and alcohol misuse for veterans with completed data at post-treatment

From: National implementation of a trauma-informed intervention for intimate partner violence in the Department of Veterans Affairs: first year outcomes

Variables N M SD Range
IPV (Pre-treatment) 51 1.51 1.32 0 − 4
IPV (Post-treatment) 51 .80 1.15 0 − 4
PTSD symptoms (Pre-treatment) 48 46.40 23.82 0 − 85
PTSD Symptoms (Post-treatment) 48 37.58 21.08 0 − 74
Alcohol Misuse (Pre-treatment) 50 4.74 6.64 0 − 35
Alcohol Misuse (Post-treatment) 50 3.62 4.73 0 − 16
Satisfaction (Post-treatment) 47 20.75 3.48 8 − 24
  1. Note: IPV refers to the summed presence or absence of physical, psychological, coercive control and reproductive control behaviors, using the max score reported by the veteran or their partner; PTSD measured by PCL5; Alcohol misuse measured by AUDIT; Post-treatment satisfaction: higher scores indicate greater satisfaction with services received. Range is the observed range
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