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Table 1 Overview of Administered Questionnaires and Informants

From: Effectiveness and working mechanisms of the InConnection approach in multi-problem families: study protocol of a mixed-methods study

Variable Concept Measure Informant
Youth Parent YIM Case manager
Primary outcome measure Youth resilience CYRM-12 x    
Secondary outcome measures Wellbeing WHO-5 x x   
Youth emotional and behavioral problems BPM x x x  
Out-of-home placements demographics/ FCU x x   
Parent-child relationship quality PARA x x   
Parental resilience ARM-12   x   
Parental empowerment FES   x   
Parenting behaviors APQ-9   x   
Risk of child safety ARIJ     x
Mediators Social resourcefulness UCL x    
Shared decision making SRS x x   
Treatment motivation TMS-F x    
Moderators Socio-demographic factors demographics/ FCU x x x  
Treatment characteristics TIFMP     x
Predictors Youth-YIM relationship quality PARA, POPS & FIC x   x  
Case manager-YIM alliance WCQ-6    x  
Adherence to approach InConnection guidelines     x
  1. Note: CYRM-12 Child and Youth Resilience Measure – Short form, ARM-12 Adult Resilience Measure – Short form, PARA Psychological Availability and Reliance on Adult, WHO-5 World Health Organization Well-Being Index, BPM Brief Problems Monitor, FES Family Empowerment Scale, APQ-9 Alabama Parenting Questionnaire – Short form, ARIJ Actuarieel Risicotaxatie Instrument voor Jeugdbescherming [Actuarial Risk Assessment Tool for Protection of Juveniles], FCU Family Check-up, UCL Utrecht Coping List, SRS Session Rating Scale, TMS-F Treatment Motivation Scales for Forensic Outpatient Treatment, POPS Perceptions of Parents Scale, FIC Frequency and Intensity of Contact, WCQ-6 Work Climate Questionnaire – Short version, and TIFMP Taxonomy of Interventions for Families with Multiple Problems