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Table 3 Patient flow and overview of outcome measurements and time of assessment

From: Perturbation-based gait training to improve daily life gait stability in older adults at risk of falling: protocol for the REACT randomized controlled trial

 T0T1TMT2T3
RecruitmentX    
Assessment in/exclusion & population conditions
Participant’s characteristics (age, gender, weight, height, 12 month fall history), MoCA
X    
Sign informed consent formX    
Balance assessment:
SPPB, Mini-BEST, FSST
 X X 
Questionnaires
FES-I, GSE, mGES, KAP
 X X 
Randomization X   
Training assessment
Treadmill parameters
Dual-task performance
Recovery performance
  X  
Questionnaires
Satisfaction about the training
   X 
Falls calendar (6-months follow up period)    X
Measurement of daily life gait quality and physical activity
Inertial sensor (MoveMonitor) for 7 consecutive days
 X X 
  1. T0 prior to study, T1 baseline (pre-intervention), TM Training Measurements, for each of the 8 sessions during the 4-week training period, T2 post-intervention, T3 follow-up (6-months post-intervention)