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Table 1 Outcome measures at the INTERnational Project for the Evaluation of activE Rehabilitation (inter-PEER)

From: INTERnational Project for the Evaluation of “activE Rehabilitation” (inter-PEER) – a protocol for a prospective cohort study of community peer-based training programmes for people with spinal cord injury

DomainOutcome measureNumber of itemsScore rangeEvaluation points
T1T2T3
Sociodemographic and injury-related factors
Demographic and lesion characteristicsGender, date of birth, current marital status, number of individuals living in the household, need for assistance with day-to-day activities and who provides this, highest level of education competed, household income, level of lesion, completeness of lesion, cause of injury.a
Number of previously attended AR training programmes.
17   
Adverse events during the last 3 monthsRespondents are asked to select all relevant options: A fall that resulted in a fracture, a sprain or something similar; a skin injury due to fall or other activity (e.g. transfer, outdoor activity); a fall that did not result in an injury; more frequently occurring urinary tract infections than usual; prolonged fatigue; a pressure ulcer; emotional breakdown; increased fear with performing activities (e.g. transfers, sports); increased concern for the future in relation to spinal cord injury.1 b
Primary outcome measures
Functional levelSpinal Cord Independence Measure Self-report (SCIM-SR) [12]170–100
Practical wheelchair skillsQueensland Evaluation of Wheelchair Skills (QEWS) [13]50–25 
Self-reported wheelchair skillsWheelchair Skills Test Questionnaire (WST-Q) [14]24 (Only items 10, 12–34)0–100
Self-efficacyMoorong Self-efficacy Scale (MSES) [15]1616–112
Secondary outcome measures
Life satisfactionLife Satisfaction Questionnaire 11 (LiSat-11) [16]1111–66 
ParticipationUtrecht Scale for Evaluation of Rehabilitation-Participation (USER-Participation) [17]22 (Only Frequency and Restriction domains)0–100 for each domain 
Physical ActivityLeisure Time Physical Activity Questionnaire for people with SCI (LTPAQ-SCI) [18]2 (Only moderate and vigorous physical activity) b
ResilienceConnor-Davidson Resilience Scale 10 (CD-RISC 10) [19]100–100b
  1. T1: Commencement of training programme
  2. T2: Completion of training programme
  3. T3: 3 months after completion of the training programme
  4. a Adapted from the International Spinal Cord Injury Survey (InSCI) [20]
  5. b During the last 7 days (duration of the training programme