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Table 2 Data sources for measurements and application of variables

From: Effectiveness of a self-management program for dual sensory impaired seniors in aged care settings: study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial

Variable Instrument Application of variable
Seniors
Social participation Hearing Handicap Questionnaire (HHQ) [25, 26] Primary outcome
Social participation Activity Card Sort (ACS) [2729] Primary outcome
Mood Centre for Epidemiology Studies Depression Scale (CES-D) [30] Secondary outcome
Autonomy Patient Autonomy Questionnaire (PAQ) [31] Secondary outcome
Perceived control Pearlin Mastery Scale (PMS) [32] Secondary outcome
Quality of life Short-Form 36 Health Survey (SF-36) [33] Secondary outcome
Personality-2 factors: Extraversion and Neuroticism Neuroticism-Extraversion-Openness Inventory (NEO-FFI) [34] Control variables
Demographic and communication variables   Control variables
Nurses
Job satisfaction Maastricht Job Satisfaction Scale for Healthcare (MJSS-HC) [35] Secondary outcome
Demographic variables Self-developed questionnaire Control variables
Basic activities of daily living Katz Index of Independence in Activities of Daily Living [36] Control variables
Instrumental activities of daily living Activity Card Sort - subtest IADL (ACS) [27] Control variables
Aged care settings
Demographic and administrative variables Self-developed inventory and public sources Control variables