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Table 2 Data collected at baseline and follow-up for the FISH study

From: Factors influencing social and health outcomes after motor vehicle crash injury: an inception cohort study protocol

Baseline
Socio-demographic Age, sex, place of birth, primary language, education, marital status
Employment Employment status, occupation, income
Health BMI ( height and weight), history of chronic illness
Health related quality of life Likert scale for overall health, EQ5D3L [23] and SF12 [24] prior to crash and at baseline, Global Perceived Effect (GPE) [25].
Lifestyle habits Smoking status and alcohol consumption
Pain Numeric Rating Scale (NRS) [26], Pain Catastrophising Scale (PCS) [27], Orebro Musculoskeletal Pain Question (OMPQ, short form) [27].
Disability and functioning History of any disability, World Health Organisation Disability Assessment Schedule II (12-item version) (WHODAS II) [28].
Psychological factors Perceived threat to life and disability, Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale (DASS21) [29] and Impact of Events Scale (IES-R) [30], expectation to recover using OMPQ.
Health Care Utilisation Visit to health care professionals 3 months prior to crash, history of health care utilization in 12 months prior to crash through Medicare data linkage
Injury Type of injury and associated hospitalisation
Crash related factors Role, perceived danger of death and disability
Work Return to work, modified duties, hours
Social life Satisfaction with social relationships
6*, 12 and 24 months follow up
Work Return to work, modified duties, hours
Social life Satisfaction with social relationships
Health related quality of life Likert scale for overall health, Global Perceived Effect (GPE) [25], EQ5D3L [23] and SF12 [24].
Compensation Claim made, claim type, claim acceptance, fault/blame, legal representation, disputes, medico-legal assessments, claims costs, satisfaction with claims process, previous claim history.
Disability and functioning History of any disability, World Health Organisation Disability Assessment Schedule II (WHODAS II) [28].
Psychological factors Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale (DASS21) [29] and Impact of Events Scale (IES-R) [30], expectation to recover using OMPQ.
Pain Numeric rating scale (NRS) [26]
  1. *In addition circumstances of crash will also recorded as open verbatim at 6 months.