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Table 2 Means, standard deviations and frequencies of PACT-M 1 items

From: Validation of the Partners at Care Transitions Measure (PACT-M): assessing the quality and safety of care transitions for older people in the UK

PACT-M 1
n = 138
Strongly Disagree
(%)
Disagree
(%)
Neither Agree nor Disagree
(%)
Agree
(%)
Strongly Agree
(%)
Not Applicable(%) Missing
(%)
 1. I felt I could ask staff questions about what will happen after going home. 1 3 6 57 33 1 1
 2. Before leaving the hospital, I was confident I understood how to manage my medication. 0 5 2 41 48 4 1
 3. While I was in hospital, staff helped me to prepare for things that I might find difficult when I go back home (such as walking, cooking, showering, grocery shopping or being in pain). 4 16 6 30 20 32 1
 4. Before leaving the hospital, I understood how to get help (or support) from my community services (e.g. doctors, nurses, home care staff). 2 10 13 39 25 15 0
 5. Before leaving the hospital, I knew what arrangements had been made to support me at home (for example home care, community care visits). 0 13 8 19 27 46 0
 6. While I was in hospital, there was someone who I could talk to if I was worried. 0 4 2 50 40 5 0
 7. Before leaving the hospital, I felt confident about what to do if my health became worse at home. 0 9 2 48 41 0 0
 8. I feel that my concerns around my health had been addressed before I went home. 0 7 7 50 34 2 0
9. I feel prepared to be at home. 2 5 4 57 33 0 1