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Table 1 Outcome measures and used instruments

From: Prevalence of adjustment disorder among cancer patients, and the reach, effectiveness, cost-utility and budget impact of tailored psychological treatment: study protocol of a randomized controlled trial

PartOutcomeOutcome measureInstrument
1Primary outcomeReach: prevalence of adjustment disorder (yes/no) and uptake of the tailored psychological intervention (yes/no)Screening (DT, problem list and HADS) and interview
1Other collected measurementsFatigueCIS
2Primary outcomePsychological distressHADS
2Secondary outcomesMental adjustment to cancerMAC
  Health-related quality of lifeEORTC-QLQ-C30
  Cost-utility measures
  Medical utilization costs
Informal care costs
iMCQ questionnaire
iMCQ questionnaire
  Productivity lossesiPCQ questionnaire
  Quality adjusted life-yearsEQ-5D-5 L
1–2Other collected measurementsSocio-demographic and clinical characteristicsStudy specific questionnaire
  Healthcare professional characteristicsShort questionnaire on type of care
  1. HADS Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale, CIS Checklist Individual Strength, MAC Mental Adjustment to Cancer, EORTC QLQ-C30 European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer Quality of Life Questionnaire, iMCQ Medical consumption questionnaire, iPCQ Productivity cost questionnaire, HCP healthcare professional