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Table 2 CHIP-CE: Parent Report Form (PRF) Domain and Subdomain Definitions

From: Differences between children and adolescents in treatment response to atomoxetine and the correlation between health-related quality of life and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder core symptoms: Meta-analysis of five atomoxetine trials

CHIP-CE domains and subdomains Definition
Satisfaction Domain The parent's assessment of the child's sense of well-being and self-esteem (11 items)
Satisfaction with health Overall perceptions of well-being and health
Self-esteem General self-concept
Comfort Domain Parent's assessment of the child's experience of physical and emotional symptoms and positive health sensations and observed limitations of activity (22 items)
Physical comfort Positive and negative somatic feelings and symptoms
Emotional comfort Positive and negative emotional feelings and symptoms
Restricted activity Restrictions in day-to-day activities due to illness
Resilience Domain Parent's perception of the child's participation in family, coping abilities and physical activity (19 items)
Family involvement Level of activities with family and perceived family support
Social problem-solving Active approaches to solving an interpersonal problem
Physical activity Level of involvement in activities related to fitness
Risk Avoidance Domain Degree to which parent perceives that the child avoids behaviors that increase the likelihood of illness, injury, or poor social development (14 items)
Individual risk avoidance Avoidance of activities that threaten individual health and development
Threats to achievement Avoidance of behaviors that typically disrupt social development
Achievement Domain Extent to which the parent perceives that the child meets expectations for role performance in school and with peers (10 items)
Academic performance School performance and engagement
Peer relations Relationships with peer group