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Table 2 Descriptive data on items and scales

From: Psychometric properties of the patient assessment of chronic illness care measure: acceptability, reliability and validity in United Kingdom patients with long-term conditions

Item Missing (%) Floor/ceiling (% valid)
Asked about my ideas when we made a treatment plan 13.0  
Given choices about treatment to think about 11.2  
Asked to talk about any problems with my medicines or their effects 9.6  
Given a written list of things I should do to improve my health 10.8  
Satisfied that my care was well organised 10.8  
Shown how what I did to take care of myself influenced my condition 14.1  
Asked to talk about my goals in care for my condition(s) 13.9  
Helped to set specific goals to improve my eating or exercise 13.8  
Given a copy of my treatment plan 15.6  
Encouraged to go to a specific group or class to help me cope with my long-term condition(s) 14.8  
Asked questions, either directly or on a survey, about my health habits 13.5  
Sure that my doctor or nurse thought about my values, beliefs and traditions when they recommended treatments to me 14.4  
Helped to make a treatment plan that I could carry out in my daily life 15.9  
Helped to plan ahead so I could take care of my condition(s) even in hard times 15.7  
Asked how my long-term condition(s) affects my life 14.5  
Contacted after a visit to see how things were going 14.9  
Encouraged to attend programs in the community that could help me 15.5  
Referred to a dietician or nutritionist 14.8  
Told how my visits with other types of doctors, like an eye doctor or surgeon, helped my treatment 14.8  
Asked how my visits with other doctors were going 14.1  
Patient activation scale 11.2 20.9%, 5.0%
Delivery system design subscale 12.4 3.7%, 5.0%
Goal setting subscale 14.0 14.2%, 1.3%
Problem solving subscale 15.7 14.7%, 5.1%
Follow up subscale 14.7 30.4%, 1.0%
PACIC total score 14.6 2.1%, 0.3%