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Table 2 Patient and carer outcome measures

From: Development and Evaluation of a Psychosocial Intervention for Children and Teenagers Experiencing Diabetes (DEPICTED): a protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial of the effectiveness of a communication skills training programme for healthcare professionals working with young people with type 1 diabetes

Outcome Measure Respondents
Diabetes-specific quality of life Paediatric Quality of Life Inventory (PEDSQoL diabetes module: 11 items [40]) Patient (11+yrs), parent proxy (patients 5-11 yrs), parent
  Problem Areas in Diabetes (PAID: 23 items [41])  
  2 global items to assess change in QoL (follow-up only)*  
Perceptions of health care provider Health Care Climate Questionnaire (HCC: adapted from 7 to 5-point scale [43]) Patient, parent
  3 additional items (respondents asked to circle an emotion to indicate anticipatory feelings towards going to clinic)*  
  Patient Enablement Inventory (PEI: 6 items [44])  
  Continuity of Care Scale (8 items [45])  
Self-efficacy Perceived Competency Scale (4 items [43]) Patient, parent
Self-care 'Mis-management' (4 items adapted from Weisberg-Benchall et al. [42]) Patient (11+yrs), parent proxy (patients 5-11 yrs)
  Importance of self-care (6 items)* and confidence in ability (6 items)* Patient, parent
  1. *Indicates items created specifically for use in the current evaluation