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Self-Assessment Goal Achievement Questionnaire (SAGA)

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Self-Assessment Goal Achievement Questionnaire (SAGA)

Description and Context of Use: 
The SAGA identifies patients’ treatment goals and to assess goal-achievement in patients with lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), including symptoms of Overactive Bladder (OAB), in both clinical practice and clinical trials.
Population age range: 
Adults (18+)
Number of items: 
From 9 to 14 items (first visit); From 10 to 15 items (follow-up visit)
Recall Period: 
Currently (First-visit module); Since the previous visit (Follow-up module)
Response Scales: 
5-point Likert Scale; Other: patients rank their top three treatment goals
Administration Mode: 
Self-administered; Paper and pen
Administration Time: 
10 minutes
References: 
Brubaker L, Khullar V, Piault E, Evans CJ, Bavendam T, Beach J, Yeh Y, Kopp ZS, Kelleher CJ, Trocio J. Goal attainment scaling in patients with lower urinary tract symptoms: development and pilot testing of the Self-Assessment Goal Achievement (SAGA) questionnaire. Int Urogynecol J. 2011 Aug;22(8):937-46.

Brubaker L, Piault EC, Tully E, Evans CJ, Bavendam T, Beach J, et al. Validation Study of the Self-Assessment Goal Achievement (SAGA) Questionnaire for lower urinary tract Symptoms. April 2013; 67(4): 342-350.
Original Language: 
English (US)
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