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Table 5 Overview of study measurements related to the educational intervention targeted at clinicians

From: GLA:D® Back: implementation of group-based patient education integrated with exercises to support self-management of back pain - protocol for a hybrid effectiveness-implementation study

Construct Instrument Course registration Before course After course 5-months Patient baseline registration Patient reported at 3-months
Individual characteristics Age, sex, profession x      
Experience Years of clinical experience
Experience with GLA:D for knee and hip
x      
Clinic characteristics Workplace (Private clinic, municipality, secondary care)
Number and professional background of clinicians in the workplace
x      
Treatment orientation The Pain Attitudes and Beliefs Scale for Physiotherapists [70,71,72]   x   x   
Confidence and capability The Practitioner Confidence Scale [73] + 2 added items
The Determinants of Implementation Behaviour Questionnaire (knowledge, skills, beliefs about capabilities) [74]
  x   x   
Motivation The Determinants of Implementation Behaviour Questionnaire (Beliefs about consequences, innovation, patients, intentions) [74]    x x   
Opportunity The Determinants of Implementation Behaviour Questionnaire (organisation, social influences, social context, and behavioural regulation) [74]    x x   
Delivery of key messages Patients asked to what extent they during the course of care they have heard about key messages of GLA:D Back (e.g. that pain does not signal harm) and messages contradictory to GLA:D Back (e.g. that certain positions or movements have to be avoided)       x
Establishing individual goals SMART value-based goal registered at the initial consultation      x