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Table 3 Presence of the different caseload management behaviours in the included case notes (n = 154)

From: Clinicians' caseload management behaviours as explanatory factors in patients' length of time on caseloads: a predictive multilevel study in paediatric community occupational therapy

   Proportion of cases in which the behaviour was recorded
  Assessment:  
1. Established child's strengths 93%
2. Established child's difficulties 97%
3. Communicated assessment outcomes to parents/carers in writing 83%
  Formulating therapy goals and plans  
4. Established treatment goals 33%
5. Established methods for achieving treatment goals 26%
  Treatment:  
6. Provided treatment 57%
  Evaluating progress:  
7. Monitored progress against treatment goals 19%
8. Reported (i.e. established and recorded) treatment outcomes 26%
9. Placed the child on review 47%
10. Established a goal for placing the child on review 12%
  Discharging:  
11. Established reasons for discharge 72%
12. Provided a discharge summary or letter 85%
13. On the summary or letter, stated criteria for a re-referral to the service 5%
14. Circulated the summary or letter to parents/carers 79%