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Table 3 Test-retest reliability of the Needs Assessment of Family Caregivers-Cancer (NAFC-C) at timepoint 1 (T1) and timepoint 2 (T2)

From: Validation of the Needs Assessment of Family Caregivers-Cancer scale in an Asian population

Items Description r
Item 1 Helping his/ her emotional distress (e.g. anger, anxiety, depression, fear, resentment, etc.) 0.75
Item 2 Getting the best possible care for him/her 0.77
Item 3 Taking care of bills 0.76
Item 4 Meeting your personal needs 0.72
Item 5 Dealing with your emotional distress (e.g. anger, anxiety, depression, fear, resentment, etc.) 0.68
Item 6 Communicating with his/her medical staff 0.77
Item 7 Having enough insurance coverage for him/her 0.74
Item 8 Getting help from others in order to take time for yourself 0.78
Item 9 Talking to him/her about his/her concerns 0.74
Item 10 Getting involved in medical decisions affecting him/her 0.79
Item 11 Paying for his/her medical expenses 0.75
Item 12 Taking time off work 0.65
Item 13 Finding meaning out of your experience with his/her cancer 0.61
Item 14 Getting information about the cancer he/she was diagnosed with (e.g. prognosis, treatment, side effects, nutrition) 0.88
Item 15 Getting together with family and friends 0.65
Item 16 Helping him/her find meaning out of cancer 0.63
Item 17 Understanding/ Navigating medical and/or insurance coverage 0.66
Item 18 Being satisfied with your relationship with other family members and friends 0.67
Item 19 Managing his/her cancer-related pain 0.78
Item 20 Managing his/her other cancer-related symptoms (e.g. fatigue, nausea) 0.75
Item 21 Balancing work/school with caring for him/her 0.59
Item 22 Being satisfied with your relationship with him/her 0.50
Item 23 Reorganizing roles among family members 0.70
Item 24 Having an intimate relationship with him/her 0.63
Item 25 Dealing with lifestyle changes 0.70
Item 26 Assisting with his/her daily needs (e.g. preparing meals, transportation, etc.) 0.70
Item 27 Helping him/her adjust to life after cancer 0.76