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Fig. 4 | Implementation Science

Fig. 4

From: Mechanisms of implementing public health interventions: a pooled causal mediation analysis of randomised trials

Fig. 4

Sensitivity plots. The average mediation effects are plotted as a function of the sensitivity parameter (magnitude of residual confounding). A sensitivity parameter of 0 represents null hypothesised levels of residual confounding and the extremes of − 1 and 1 represent maximum hypothesised levels of residual confounding. Grey zones represent 95% confidence limits of the estimated mediation effect across a range of hypothesised levels of residual confounding

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