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Table 3 Quality scores of studies on self-care for sleep disturbances

From: A critical review of self-care for sleep disturbances: prevalence, profile, motivation, perceived effectiveness and medical provider communication

Dimensions of quality assessment
Authors/yearMethodologyReporting of participant characteristicsReporting of self-careTotal score
Allen et al. 20082 (2,4)3 (6,7,9)2 (10,12)7
Andrews et al. 20131 (4)1 (5)1 (11)3
Bin et al. 2012 (1)3 (1,2,4)4 (5,6,8,9)2 (10,12)9
Braley et al. 20151 (3)1(5)02
Daley et al. 20092 (2,4)1 (5)3 (10,11,12)6
Henry et al. 201301 (5)1 (11)1
Homsey and O’Connell 201203 (6,8,9)2 (10,12)5
Krakow et al. 20143 (2,3,4)5 (5,6,7,8,9)08
Liu et al. 20161 (2)4 (5,6,8,9)05
Morin et al. 20063 (2,4)4 (5,6,8,9)3 (10,11,12)10
Petrov et al. 20141 (4)5 (5, 6, 7, 8, 9)06
Rosenthal et al. 20080000
Sánchez-Ortuño et al. 20092 (2,4)4 (5,6,8,9)3 (10,11,12)10
Suen et al. 2008002 (10,12)2
Vallieries et al. 20141 (4)4 (5,6,8,9)06
Wahner-Roedler et al. 20072 (3,4)2 (5,9)3 (10,11,12)7
Yeung et al. 20141 (4)4 (5,6,8,9)2 (10,12)7
  1. Cheung et al. (2014) (17), Matthews et al. (2016) (73), Venn and Arber (2012), (18) and Venn et al. (2013), (14) were solely qualitative studies and were not assessed via the quality scoring system