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Table 1 Clinician reported measures and time-points for data collection

From: GLA:D® Back: group-based patient education integrated with exercises to support self-management of persistent back pain — feasibility of implementing standardised care by a course for clinicians

Construct Instrument Before course After course 4 months Patient baseline registration
Individual characteristics Age, sex, profession, role in the clinic x    
Experience Years of clinical experience x    
Experience with GLA:D for knee and hip
Confidence The Practitioner Confidence Scale (range 4–20) [14] x   x  
Treatment orientation The Pain Attitudes and Beliefs Scale for Physiotherapists [15,16,17]. Biomedical subscale (range 10–60), behavioural subscale (range 9–54) x   x  
Evaluation of 2-day course Content (0 = very poor; 10 = excellent)   x   
Novelty (0 = very low; 10 = very high)
Usability (0 = very poor; 10 = very good)
Adoption Did you start offering GLA:D Back in the clinic?    x x
How many groups have started?
Number of patients in the registry
Overall impression Everything considered, how do you think GLA:D Back works? (5-points Likert: very bad to very good)    x  
Materials How satisfied are you with the patient education materials? (0 = very unsatisfied; 10 = very satisfied)    x  
How satisfied are you with the exercise programme? (0 = very unsatisfied; 10 = very satisfied)