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Table 3 Variables and outcome measures and time points of assessment in the SO-HIP study

From: Effectiveness of sensor monitoring in an occupational therapy rehabilitation program for older individuals after hip fracture, the SO-HIP trial: study protocol of a three-arm stepped wedge cluster randomized trial

Measures Baseline NH1 T1 NH2 T3 H1 T6 H2
Primary outcome measure
Daily functioning; self perceived performance in daily activities:     
 o COPM X X X X
Secondary outcome measures
Physical functioning;     
 o Performance oriented mobility: POMA X X X X
 o Functional mobility and balance: TUG X X X X
Independence in Activities of Daily Living (ADL) and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL;     
 o Katz-15 index X X X X
Sense of safety;     
 o VAS-SAFE X X X X
Fear of falling;     
 o VAS-FOF X X X X
 o FES-I X X X X
Health related quality of life;     
 o EQ 5D X X X X
Additional measures
Information gathered of determinants of functional decline (e.g., comorbidities) and a minimal data set (MDS) consisting of;     
 o Demographic data, X    
 o Psychological and social functioning; subscale Rand 36 X X X X
 o Cognitive functioning; MMSE X    X
 o Healthcare utilization X   X X
  1. Baseline, NH1 = within 1 week after admission nursing home; T1, NH2 = before discharge from nursing home; T3, H1 4 months (post-intervention) at home; T6, H2 = 6 months after the start rehabilitation. COPM Canadian Occupational Performance Measure, POMA Performance Oriented Mobility Assessment, TUG Timed Up and Go, Katz 15 index Modified Katz 15 index, VAS-SAFE Visual analogue scale for sense of safety, VAS-FOF Visual analogue scale for fear of falling, FES-I Falls Efficacy Scale International, EQ5D EuroQol health related quality of life, MDS Minimal Dataset, MMSE Mini Mental State Examination