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Please note that some measures are designed to be used for clinical research for outcome
assessment and some measures are designed to be used as a screening tool.

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.
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