BeST Follow-up Questionnaire

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Document Provider:
Document available on HTA Website
Developer:
E Castelnuovo
Contact Details:
Copyright:
Copyright 2012 NIHR, HTA. The text and layout of HTA publications is Copyright Queen's Printer and Controller of HMSO 2012
Country of Origin:
United Kingdom

Other Methods of Resource Use Data Collection:
Hospital administration records

Study Completed:
Yes
Year:
2010

DIRUM ID:
75
DIRUM Listing:
09/10/2012

Disease Categories

Anaesthesia & pain control

Populations - Age

Age Range: 18 - 85

Populations - Sex

Male and Female

Administration Methods

Via post

Instrument Types

Recall questionnaire

Person(s) Completing Instrument

Patient

Settings of Care

Community
GP practice

Nature of Intervention

Educational/self-management
Management of care

Items of Resource Being Measured

GP
Inpatient
Practice nurse
Outpatient
Medication
A&E
Physiotherapy
Psychologist
Other NHS - Scans, X-rays, blood tests
Other non-NHS - Private: Chiropractor, Osteopath, Physiotherapist, Alternative etc

Other Characterisation Details

Frequency Of Economic Data Collection - baseline, 3, 6 & 12 months
Maximum Recall Period - 4 to 6 months

Primary References

Lamb SE, Lall R, Hansen Z, Castelnuovo E, Withers EJ, Nichols V, et al., A multicentred randomised controlled trial of a primary care-based cognitive behavioural programme for low back pain. The Back Skills Training (BeST) trial., Health Technology Assessment, 2010, 14, 1-253

DOI: 10.3310/hta14410

Frost H, Lamb SE, Doll HA, Carver PT, Stewart- Brown S, Randomised controlled trial of physiotherapy compared with advice for low back pain., BMJ, 2004, 329, 708-714

DOI: 10.1136/bmj.38216.868808.7C


Conditions of Use

  • With written permission of copyright holder
  • Other - This work was funded by the NIHR Health Technology Assessment programme (project number 01/75/01) and was published in full in Health Technology Assessment. The views and opinions expressed therein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the HTA programme, NIHR, NHS or the Department of Health.

Supporting Materials

  • User instructions on instrument

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