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Table 3 Classification of Reported Outcomes into Domains based on WHODAS 2.0

From: Measuring post-discharge socioeconomic and quality of life outcomes in trauma patients: a scoping review

Domain Outcomes
Mobility (Moving and getting around) Mobility
Physical Activity
Self-care (Attending to one’s hygiene, dressing, eating and staying alone) Restricted Mobility
Everyday Activity
Daily Activity
Getting Along (Interacting with other people) Caregiver
Family Life
Family Support
Impact on Family Life
Interpersonal Relationships
Perceived Social Support
Role of Caregiver
Support
Workplace support
Life Activities (Domestic responsibilities, leisure, work and school) Activities
Daily Activity
Employment Outcome
Employment Status
Environmental Assistance
Impact on Employment or Studies
Impact on Leisure/Sports
Job Stability
Labour Market Participation
Reintegration
Retention of Work
Return to Work
Social Leisure Activities
Social Roles
Social Role participation
Social Role Change
Sustained Return to Work
Time off Work
Unpaid Work
Work
Work Satisfaction
Participation (Involvement in a life situation) Community and Social Life
Community Integration
Community Participation
Environmental Barriers
Independence
Integration
Life Participation
Life Satisfaction
Limited Social Interaction
Participate in Social Life
Participation
Satisfaction/Satisfaction with life
Sentinel Events
Social Activities
Social Adaptation
Social Adjustment
Social Behavior
Social Consequences
Social Functioning
Social Inclusion
Social Integration
Social Interaction
Social Isolation
Social Life
Social Networks
Social Participation
Social Support
Societal Participation
Costs (Out-of-pocket expenditures and financial losses) Cost
Economic Impact
Financial Coping/Source
Financial Difficulty/Load
Financial Security
Financial Status
Financial Strain
Medical Costs
Productivity Costs
Social Costs
Socioeconomic Deprivation
Socioeconomic Status
Quality of Life (individual’s perception of their position in life) Health Outcome
Health Status
Quality of Life