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Table 1 Studies assessing outcomes but excluded with reasons

From: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for schizophrenia - outcomes for functioning, distress and quality of life: a meta-analysis

Study Measure Excluded on the basis that
Tarrier et al [42] F Did not obtainable/waitlist control was not a parallel group
Garety et al [16] D Non-randomised
Barrowclough et al [43] F Patients with comorbid substance abuse
Jenner et al [44] F, QoL, D CBT intervention was multimodal
Wiersma et al [45] F, QoL CBT intervention was multimodal
Grawe et al [46] F CBT intervention was multimodal
Jackson et al [17] F, QoL Non-randomised
Zimmer et al [47] F, QoL CBT intervention was multimodal
Gleeson et al [48] F, QoL CBT intervention was multimodal
Barrowclough et al [49] F Patients had comorbid substance abuse
Peters et al [50] F Patients described as ‘experiencing psychosis’, unable to confirm proportion with schizophrenia spectrum diagnoses
Mortan et al [18] D Non-randomised, small samples (CBT = 6 TAU = 5)
Grant et al. [51] F Data not obtainable
Drake et al [52] F All participants received CBT
Zanello et al [19] F, QoL Non-randomised, no control group
Waller et al [53] D Intervention not CBT
  1. Note. D = distress, F = Functioning, QoL = Quality of life