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Table 1 Coping with Unusual ExperienceS for 12–18 year olds (CUES+): list of measures

From: Coping with Unusual ExperienceS for 12–18 year olds (CUES+): a transdiagnostic randomised controlled trial of the effectiveness of cognitive therapy in reducing distress associated with unusual experiences in adolescent mental health services: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial

Measure Completed
By At
Primary outcome
 1. Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire-Emotional Problems (SDQ-E) [41, 42] 1 0,1
Main secondary outcomes
 2. Unusual Experiences Questionnaire – severity score (UEQ) [10, 14, 39] 1 0,1
 3. Self-harm (Development and Wellbeing Scales, DAWBA) [45] 1 0,1
 4. Child Clinical Service Receipt Inventory (CSRI) [51] 2,3 − 1,2
 5. EuroQol Health Questionnaire, youth (EQ5D-Y) [52,53,54] 1,2 0,2
Other secondary child outcomes
 6. Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) [41, 42] 1,2 0,1,2
 7. Unusual Experiences Questionnaire (UEQ) [10, 14, 39] 1,2 0,1,2
 8. Child Global Assessment Scale (C-GAS) [86] 3 0,1,2
 9. Health of the Nation Outcome Scales for Children and Adolescents (HoNOSCA) [87, 88] 3 0,1,2
 10. Revised Child Anxiety and Depression Scales (RCADS) [55] 1,2 0,1,2
 11. Elevated Mood Scales [56,57,58] 1,2 0,1,2
 12. Me and My School, behavioural problems (M&MS) [59] 1,2 0,1,2
 13. Difficulties in Emotion Regulation Scale (DERS) [60] 1 0,1,2
 14. Adolescent Dissociative Experiences Scale (A-DES) [61] 1 0,1,2
 15. Child Revised Impact of Events Scale (CRIES-13) [62] 1 0,1,2
 16. Eating disorder screen (DAWBA) [45] 1 0,1,2
 17. Maudsley Addictions Profile (MAP) [63] 1 0,1,2
 18. Time budget of activities and peer relationships [64,65,66] 1 0,1,2
 19. Beliefs about problems (BAP) [69,70,71,72] 1 0,1,2
 20. Brief Core Schema Scale [27, 68] 1 0,1,2
 21. Jumping to conclusions [26, 73] 1 0,1,2
Secondary parent outcomes
 22. Five Minute Speech Sample (FMSS) [74] 2 0,1
 23. Brief Illness Perception Questionnaire (BIPQ) [36, 69] 2 0,1
 24. Parental Experience of Caregiving Inventory (ECI) [36, 78] 2 0,1
 25. Depression: Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) [75] 2 0,1
 26. Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD-7) [76] 2 0,1
 27. Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-Being Scale (WEMWBS) [77] 2 0,1
 28. The Brief COPE Scale with Confidante Question [36, 78] 2 0,1
Sessional and satisfaction (therapy only)
 29. Short CHOICE with goals [84] 1,2 3
 30 and 31. Session and outcome scales (SRS & ORS) [79,80,81,82] 1,2 3
 32. Service feedback scales [83] 1,2 2
Baseline only measures
 33. Demographics and developmental history 1–3 0
 32. Adverse Life Events, bullying and brief trauma screen [45,46,47] 1 0
 33–35. Word reading, digit span, vocabulary, matrix reasoning [48,49,50]. 1,3 0
Detailed trauma assessment (therapy only)
 36. Children’s Post-Traumatic Cognitions Inventory [44] 1,3 4
  1. Key: Completed by: 1 = child; 2 = parent; 3 = researcher/therapist. Completed at: − 1 = 6 months preceding baseline; 0 = 0 weeks, baseline; 1 = 16 weeks; 2 = 24 weeks; 3 = sessionally; 4 = early in therapy