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Table 2 Phase one (tailoring) data collection steps and outcomes

From: Tailoring and evaluating an intervention to improve shared decision-making among seniors with dementia, their caregivers, and healthcare providers: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Step Outcomes (measures)
e-TUDE (clinician)
 Study entry • Self-reported sociodemographic characteristics
• Self-reported interest for each of the topics addressed in the C-DB on a 1–10 visual analogue scale
 Pre training • Role preference scale [63]
• Perceptions of being able to adopt shared decision-making using the ICanSDM scale
• Intention to engage senior patients living with dementia and their caregivers in decision-making about choosing a health intervention, based on the TPB [37, 38]
 Post training • Satisfaction with e-TUDE (1–5 smiley face scale)
• Usability of e-TUDE, based on the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM-2) [64,65,66]
• Role preference scale [63]
• Perceptions of being able to adopt shared decision making using the ICanSDM scale
• Intention to engage senior patients living with dementia and their caregivers in decision-making about choosing a health intervention, based on the TPB [37, 38]
C-DB (clinician questionnaire)
 Study entry questionnaire • Self-reported sociodemographic characteristics
• Self-reported interest for each of the topics addressed in the C-DB on a 1–10 visual analogue scale
 After reviewing each C-DB • Satisfaction with C-DB (1–5 smiley face scale)
• C-DB usability based on the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM-2) [64,65,66]
• Intention to use what was learned from the C-DB to explain to patients the benefits and harms of the options, based on the TPB [37, 38]
• Value of the evidence presented in the C-DB, measured using the clinician version of the IAM [43, 67]
P-DB (Patients and caregivers)
 Able patient • Socio-demographic characteristics of the patient self-reported by the patient
• Satisfaction with the P-DB (1–5 smiley face scale)
• P-DB usability based on the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM-2) [64,65,66]
• Value of the evidence presented in the P-DB, measured using the patient version of the IAM [67]
 Caregiver of able patient • Sociodemographic characteristics of the caregiver: self-reported by the caregiver
• Satisfaction with the P-DB (1–5 smiley face scale)
• P-DB usability based on the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM-2) [64,65,66]
• Value of the evidence presented in the P-DB, measured using the caregiver version of the IAM [67]
 Caregiver of unable patient • Self-reported sociodemographic characteristics of the caregiver
• Sociodemographic characteristics of the patient reported by the caregiver
• Satisfaction with the P-DB (1–5 smiley face scale)
• P-DB usability based on the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM-2) [64,65,66]
• Value of the evidence presented in the P-DB, measured using the caregiver version of the IAM [67]