Class OUTCOMES-FOLLOWUP

Parent class: Protocol-concept

Subclasses:

Documentation: "Description of study-arm population evaluated for an outcome at a specific time point, including results of assessment(s)."

Template Slots
Slot name Documentation Type Allowed Values/Classes Cardinality Default
denominator-population "The population on which this datapoint was assessed. E.g., the experimental group, or the subgroup of diabetics who were assigned the comparative intervention." Instance Analyzed-population 0:1  
mean-fu "The mean follow-up in this study." Instance Duration 0:1  
reasons-not-assessed "The reasons for dropout/withdrawals for this datapoint. The number of dropouts/withdrawals is the population denominator minus the n-had-outcome-assessed. Probably will only be supplied for the end-of-study datapoint, although there could be different reasons and numbers of subjects with these reasons for each datapoint." Instance Reason-outcome-not-assessed    
person-year-fu-off-assigned-intervention "The number of person-years of follow-up for this datapoint in those who were off their assigned intervention." FLOAT   0:1  
person-year-fu-all "The number of person-years of followup for this population at this datapoint." FLOAT   0:1  
shortest-fu "The shortest time any participant was followed up in this study." Instance Duration    
n-outcome-assessed-on-assigned-tx "The number of subjects who had this outcome assessed AND who were on their assigned intervention at the time of assessment." INTEGER   0:1  
n-outcome-not-assessed "Subjects who withdrew from the study entirely and did not have their outcomes assessed." INTEGER   0:1  
n-outcome-assessed   INTEGER   0:1  
longest-fu "The longest time any participant was followed up in this study." Instance Duration 0:1  
person-year-fu-on-assigned-intervention "The number of years of followup at this datapoint in those who were on their assigned intervention." FLOAT   0:1  
protocol-changes   Instance Protocol-change    
roles "Tells which class and slot will take instances of this class depending on the role of the instance. The format is (role OWNER-CLASS |owner-slot|) e.g., if this class is DATE and the instance's role is recruitment-start-date, (recruitment-start-date RECRUITMENT |start-date|) tells us that this instance of date should be the value of the slot |start-date| in an instance of class RECRUITMENT." SYMBOL   0:1  

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