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Table 2 Interview assessments (N = 29)

From: Longitudinal evaluation of Supportive care Prioritization, Assessment and Recommendations for Kids (SPARK), a symptom screening and management application

Outcomes n (%)
SPARK Reports
 Participant viewed SPARK symptom report 23 (79.3)
 SPARK symptom report shared with others 9 (31.0)
 Correct understanding of SPARK reports assessed in cognitive interviewsa
  Single administration report (all symptoms, Fig. 1) 29 (100.0)
  Specific symptom score in single administration report 29 (100.0)
  Symptom over time, multiple administration report (Fig. 2) 29 (100.0)
  Specific day in symptom over time report 29 (100.0)
Experience with SSPedi Completion
 Completed SSPedi more than once per day 2 (6.9)
 Daily SSPedi completion frequency
  Too much 0
  Too little 0
  About right 29 (100.0)
 Likelihood of daily completion
  1 – not likely at all 0
  2 0
  3 5 (17.2)
  4 16 (55.2)
  5 – very likely 8 (27.6)
 Ease of completing SSPedi
  Very hard 0
  Hard 0
  Neither hard nor easy 1 (3.4)
  Easy 8 (27.6)
  Very easy 20 (69.0)
  1. Abbreviations: SSPedi Symptom Screening in Pediatrics tool, SPARK Supportive care Prioritization, Assessment and Recommendations for Kids
  2. aAs assessed by two research associates rated on a 4-point Likert scale ranging from 1 = completely incorrect to 4 = completely correct, where correct was defined as a score of 3 or 4