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Table 1 Data collection

From: Evaluation of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander strengths based coaching program: a study protocol

Data Type Domain Key measures
Survey Education, Employment & Finances Highest level of education completed, employment status, barriers to employment, spending, bill payments, bill stress
Family Number of children birthed/adopted/cared for, dependents/age/relationship, Strengths-based parenting tool [32]
Out of Home Care Removals/child protection services, age of housing independence, cultural placement plan
Culture and Community Connection to culture and community, community attitudes
Cultural safety Unfair treatment, unsafe environments
Service Use Service use and availability
Self determination Choice and control in decision making on issues
Health Health Conditions, Euroqual 5D -5 L [33], disability, smoking
Wellbeing Kessler-5 [34], Mental Health Continuum [35], Aboriginal Resilience and Recovery Questionnaire [9]
Housing Number and type of occupants, household amenities, financial stress due to tenancy
Family violence Experience of controlling, unsafe or threatening behaviour [36]
Goal setting questions Key categories of goals/aspirations
Pulse Check Strengths Key strengths used
Resources Use of community resources
Resilience Self-efficacy questions from Aboriginal Resilience and Recovery Questionnaire [9] and help seeking question
Life coaching Description of experience and impact of life coaching
Support Plan Goals and actions Number and type of goal/s, number of action/s, goals and actions achieved/partially achieved/not achieved
Interview Life coaching Experience and impact of life coaching
Strengths Awareness and use of strengths
SEWB Impact of life coaching on SEWB
Administrative Data Demographic Age, Gender
Household Household make up (adults-no children, elder, young family with preschoolers, older family with school age children) and household type (unit/house)
Rent Rent in arrears (Yes/No)
Complaints Number of complaints against household