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Table 2 Matrix of change objectives for the performance objective “Manage daily tasks efficiently”

From: The Kanker Nazorg Wijzer (Cancer Aftercare Guide) protocol: the systematic development of a web-based computer tailored intervention providing psychosocial and lifestyle support for cancer survivors

Reduce cancer-related fatigue Knowledge Awareness Attitude Skills and Self-Efficacy Perceived Behavior of Others Outcome Expectations
PO.1. Manage daily tasks efficiently   Aw.1. Become aware of planning and structure of own daily activities At.1. Feel positive about reorganizing daily activities SSE.1. Feel confident about managing daily activities PBO.1. See fellow survivors acknowledging the importance managing daily activities OE.1. Expect that managing daily tasks efficiently can reduce feelings of fatigue
PO.1.1. Alternate mental and physical activities K.1a. Describe the importance of alternating mental and physical activities Aw.2. Become aware whether mental and physical activities are alternated in own daily scheme     OE.2. Expect that alternating mental and physical activities can reduce experiences of fatigue
K.1b. Recall advice on alternating activities
PO.1.2. Take small moments of rest divided over the day K.2a. Describe the importance of taking small moments of rest Aw.3. Become aware whether daily rest is divided in small moments over the day     OE.3. Expect that taking small moments of rest divided over the day can reduce experiences of fatigue
K.2b. Recall advice on taking rest
PO.1.3. Take adequate measures to not exceed personal limits K.3a. Recall possible signals of exceeding personal limits   At.2. Feel positive about guarding personal boundaries SSE.2. Feel confident about recognizing signals and taking adequate measures PBO.2. See fellow survivors acknowledging the importance of not exceeding personal limits OE.4. Expect that taking adequate measures when exceeding limits can reduce experiences of fatigue
K.3b. Recall effective measures when exceeding limits
PO.1.4. Say “no” to a request when it is too much to handle K.4. Describe steps to undertake to effectively say “no” to others   At.3. Feel positive about saying “no” to others SSE.3. Feel confident about saying “no” to others PBO.3. See fellow survivors acknowledging the importance of saying “no” to others OE.5. Expect that others generally accept when receiving “no” to a request
PO.1.5. Make a structured plan of daily activities K.5. Summarize advice on making a structured plan    SSE.4. Demonstrate ability of making an efficient plan by incorporating advice in the new plan   OE.6. Expect that making a new plan will help in dealing with fatigue