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Table 2 Summary of data collected in the QoL-EHPAD study

From: Influence of pre-admission factors on quality of life and adaptation in nursing home residents with dementia: the QOL-EHPAD study protocol

 Pre-admission information collected at baselineSix-month post-admission visit
Primary outcomeQuality of life: QOL-ADQuality of life: QOL-AD
Secondary outcomes Adaptation: Adaptation to the institution scale
Determinants
 Sociodemographic and medical data
 Age, sex, level of education
Age, sex, level of education - caregiver
Personality: TIPI
Medication
Medical history and comorbidities
Functional status: ADL / IADL
Cognition: MMSE
Behavioural disturbances: NPI
Nutrition: MNA
Depression: CES-D
Depression – caregiver: CES-D
Burden – caregiver: Zarit
Medication
Comorbidities
Functional status: AGGIR
Cognition: MMSE
Behavioural disturbances: NPI
Nutrition: MNA
Depression: CES-D
Depression – caregiver: CES-D
Burden – caregiver: Zarit
Satisfaction
 Social environment
 Satisfaction
Satisfaction - caregiver
Participation in activities
Quality of life - caregiver: SF-12
Routines: échelle de préférence de routinisation
Satisfaction - caregiver
Participation in activities
Quality of life - caregiver: SF-12
 Decision process
 Reason for admission
Decision makers
Involvement in the decision
Agreement with the decision
 
 Conditions of admission
 Emergency/planned admission
Place of stay before admission
 
  1. QoL-AD Quality of life – Alzheimer’s Disease, Activities of Daily Living /Instrumental Activities of Daily Living, SF-12 Short form survey – 12 items; CES-D Center for epidemiologic studies – depression, MMSE Mini mental state examination, MNA Mini nutritional assessment, NPI Neuropsychiatric interview, TIPI Ten item personality inventory
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