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Table 2 Mean percentages of completed questionnaires of ROM participants for each instrument and each assessment

From: The use of routine outcome monitoring in child semi-residential psychiatry: predicting parents’ completion rates

  T0 Intake (n = 46) T1 4-6w (n = 46) T2 3-4 m (n = 45) T3 6-7 m (n = 39) T4 9-10 m (n = 33) T5 12-13 m (n = 20) T6 15-16 m (n = 5) FU After 1 m (n = 46)
Case M:         
  HoNOSCA 38 (83 %)   35 (78 %) 36 (92 %) 27 (82 %) 9 (45 %) 0 (0 %) -
  WAV-12R - 31 (67 %) 40 (89 %) 39 (97 %) 28 (85 %) 9 (45 %) 5 (100 %) -
  FEQ - 22 (48 %) 30 (67 %) 33 (85 %) 24 (73 %) 10 (50 %) 0 (0 %) -
Teacher/GW         
  SDQ 33 (72 %) - 43 (96 %) 39 (100 %) 31 (94 %) 17 (85 %) 2 (40 %) -
Mothers         
  SDQ 43 (93 %) - 42 (93 %) 36 (92 %) 24 (73 %) 9 (45 %) 0 (0 %) 25 (54 %)
  PSQ 43 (93 %) - 36 (80 %) 38 (97 %) 27 (82 %) 11 (55 %) 0 (0 %) 30 (65 %)
  WAV-12R - 37 (80 %) 39 (86 %) 38 (97 %) 25 (76 %) 17 (85 %) 5 (100 %) -
Fathers         
  SDQ 43 (93 %) - 32 (72 %) 32 (79 %) 23 (70 %) 9 (47 %) 0 (0 %) 23 (51 %)
  OBVL 40 (88 %) - 33 (74 %) 33 (85 %) 27 (83 %) 8 (42 %) 0 (0 %) 22 (48 %)
  WAV-12R - 32 (70 %) 38 (85 %) 33 (85 %) 24 (73 %) 18 (89 %) 5 (100 %) -
  1. Values are presented in Number of completed questionnaires and completion rate
  2. HoNOSCA Health of the Nation outcome scales for children and adolescents, SDQ strengths and difficulties questionnaire, PSQ parenting stress questionnaire, WAV-12R working alliance inventory, Case M case managers, GW group worker, w weeks, m months, FU follow up one month after treatment ending