Interrupted time-series design refers to a quasi-experimental research design consisting of a series of observations before and after an event. The event is not a treatment or an experience created or manipulated by the researcher. Interrupted time-series design, moreover is defined as a quasi-experimental design in which a single group is observed multiple times before an experimental manipulation and then multiple times after the manipulation.

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