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Table 1 Concepts, instruments and informants at the different assessment points

From: Family group conferencing in youth care: characteristics of the decision making model, implementation and effectiveness of the Family Group (FG) plans

  Domain/concept Instrument Test Source
    T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 FM MN P FGC R C
Primary outcome
  Safety LIRIK x   x x x x x     
   Safety line x x x x x x      
   CAPI x   x   x x x x    
   Succint   x   x x x x x    
Secondary outcomes
  Commitment PSQ x x x x x x   x    
   ISEL x x1 x1 x x x      
   Succint x x1 x1 x x x   x    
  Control/empowerment Interview x x x x x x x x    
   Succint x x x x x x      
   FES x x1 x1 x x x      
  Family functioning PSI x1 x1 x1 x1 x1   x     
   Succint x x x x x x      
   FES x x1 x1 x x x      
  Family functioning PSI x1 x1 x1 x1 x1    x    
  Professional care File research x x x x x      x  
Cost- effectiveness Costs Cost questionnaire x    x x    x    
Moderators
Characteristics implementation FG-c and family manager Number of families Registration form x x x x x      x  
Role FM Registration form   x x x x x x x x x  
Chacareristics FM Registration form x          x  
Time to FG-c File analysis x x         x  
Number members network at FG-c Registration form   x        x x  
Phases FG-c/plan carried out as intended Registration form x x x x   x    x x  
Characteristics families Demograpgics File research/questionnaire x x x x x x   x   x  
  Risk factors Risk factors List x      x   x   x  
  Problems child BPC (if child > 8) x    x x       x
  1. Note: T1 = pretest (questionnaire); T2 = post-test after 1 month (interview by telephone); T3 = post-test after 3 months (interview by telephone); T4 = post-test after 6 months (questionnaire); T5 = follow-up assessment after 12 months (questionnaire); FM = Family Manager; MN = member network; P = Parent; FG-c = Family Group-conference; FGC = Family Group Coordinator; R = researcher; C = Child; 1 = selection of the original instrument.