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Life - RIFT (The Range of Impaired Functioning Tool)

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectid, stepid
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldadate
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
daysrzIntegerRecommendeddays since randomization
pathwayIntegerRecommendedstep pathway1::91=SCP; 2=AD-Acute Depression; 3=REFD-Refractory Dep; 4=RELP-Relapse Prevent; 5=Psy-AD-Psychosocial; 6=Psy-REL-Psychosocial; 7=Omega 3; 8=LiMRS; 9=PAD-Psychosocial
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visit
certcodeIntegerRecommendedstepbd certification code
employimIntegerRecommendedq1a employment impaired0::6;-70=Not applicable; 1=No impairment-high level; 2=No impairment-satisfactory level; 3=Mild impairment; 4=Moderate impairment; 5=Severe impairment; 6=No information; -7=Refusedemp4m1
houseimIntegerRecommendedq1b household impairment0::6;-70=Not applicable; 1=No impairment-high level; 2=No impairment-satisfactory level; 3=Mild impairment; 4=Moderate impairment; 5=Severe impairment; 6=No information; -7=Refusedhouse3m1
schoolimIntegerRecommendedstudent impaired0::6;-70=Not applicable; 1=No impairment-high level; 2=No impairment-satisfactory level; 3=Mild impairment; 4=Moderate impairment; 5=Severe impairment; 6=No information; -7=Refusedsworkc1
respouseIntegerRecommendedrelationship with spouse0::6;-70=Not applicable; 1=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poor; 6=No information; -7=Refusedgbfriend1
rechildIntegerRecommendedrelationship with children0::8;-70=Not applicable; 1=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poor; 6=Variable-warrants a rating of good or better with at least one member; 7=Variable-would not warrant a rating of good or better with any member; 8=No information; -7=Refusedchild1
rerelatvIntegerRecommendedrelationship with relative0::8;-70=Not applicable; 1=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poor; 6=Variable-warrants a rating of good or better with at least one member; 7=Variable-would not warrant a rating of good or better with any member; 8=No information; -7=Refusedother1
refriendIntegerRecommendedrelationship with friend0::6;-70=Not applicable; 1=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poor; 6=No information; -7=Refusedfriends1
satisfacIntegerRecommendedq3 overall satisfaction0::6;-70=Not applicable; 1=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poor; 6=No information; -7=Refused
recreatnIntegerRecommendedlevel of recreation0::6;-70=Not applicable; 1=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poor; 6=No information; -7=Refusedrecreat1
lrworkFloatRecommendedWork score
lrinterFloatRecommendedInteraction scorelrrelations
lrsatFloatRecommendedSatisfaction scorelrsatisfac
lrrecFloatRecommendedRecreation scorelrrecreatn
lrtotFloatRecommendedTotal scorelrtotscore
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Sitesite_id, siteid
weekFloatRecommendedWeek in level/study99=week 10-week 14
phaseIntegerRecommendedPhase9 =follow up
days_baselineIntegerRecommendedDays since baselinedate
chartreview049_8IntegerRecommendedWere any of the following characteristics documented during visit that would indicate an inability for the patient to be enrolled?(choice=None of the above)0;1; -888;-9990=Unchecked;1=Checked;-888=Not Applicable;-999=Missingsworkb
qol01IntegerRecommendedlivetog
les12b_gString50RecommendedSpecify which relativeothrelsp
psych_p19FloatRecommendedEmployment hours per week in week prioremp3m1
psych_p14IntegerRecommendedWork code 1 (full time/part time/etc)0::120=Full time;1=Full time gainful employment that may include temporary layoff up to 3 months; 2=Full time gainful employment with a layoff of more than 3 months but less than 11 months; 3=Part time gainful employment of anything 30 hours or less; 4=Unemployed but expected to work by self or others; 5=Unemployed but not expected to work by self or others (ex. physically disabled); 6=Retired; 7=Homemaker; 8=Student including part time; 9=Leave of absence due to medical reasons - holding job and plans to return; 10=Volunteer work full time; 11=Volunteer work part time; 12=Otherwork1m1
psych_p15IntegerRecommendedWork code 2 (full time/part time/etc)0::120=Full time;1=Full time gainful employment that may include temporary layoff up to 3 months; 2=Full time gainful employment with a layoff of more than 3 months but less than 11 months; 3=Part time gainful employment of anything 30 hours or less; 4=Unemployed but expected to work by self or others; 5=Unemployed but not expected to work by self or others (ex. physically disabled); 6=Retired; 7=Homemaker; 8=Student including part time; 9=Leave of absence due to medical reasons - holding job and plans to return; 10=Volunteer work full time; 11=Volunteer work part time; 12=Otherwork2m1
psych_p16IntegerRecommendedWork code 3 (full time/part time/etc)0::120=Full time;1=Full time gainful employment that may include temporary layoff up to 3 months; 2=Full time gainful employment with a layoff of more than 3 months but less than 11 months; 3=Part time gainful employment of anything 30 hours or less; 4=Unemployed but expected to work by self or others; 5=Unemployed but not expected to work by self or others (ex. physically disabled); 6=Retired; 7=Homemaker; 8=Student including part time; 9=Leave of absence due to medical reasons - holding job and plans to return; 10=Volunteer work full time; 11=Volunteer work part time; 12=Otherwork3m1
psych_p47IntegerRecommendedCurrent marital status0::7;90= no information; 1=Single; 2=Married; 3=Living/opp; 4=Widowed; 5=Separated; 6=Divorced; 7=Living/same; 9=Othermaritalm1
sworkaIntegerRecommendedStudent Work - If subject has not been enrooled in a student program at all since the last interview, was this due to psychopathology?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
bparents1IntegerRecommendedInterpersonal Relations with Family - Biological parent(s), Month 10::8; 990 = Not applicable; 1 = Very good; 2 = Good; 3 = Fair; 4 = Poor; 5 = Very poor; 6 = Variable (but Good or better with at least 1 member of group); and 7 = Variable (ratings below Good with all members of group); 9 = Unknown
aparents1IntegerRecommendedInterpersonal Relations with Family - Adoptive parent(s), Month 10::8; 990 = Not applicable; 1 = Very good; 2 = Good; 3 = Fair; 4 = Poor; 5 = Very poor; 6 = Variable (but Good or better with at least 1 member of group); and 7 = Variable (ratings below Good with all members of group); 9 = Unknown
stepp1IntegerRecommendedInterpersonal Relations with Family - Step-parent(s), Month 10::8; 990 = Not applicable; 1 = Very good; 2 = Good; 3 = Fair; 4 = Poor; 5 = Very poor; 6 = Variable (but Good or better with at least 1 member of group); and 7 = Variable (ratings below Good with all members of group); 9 = Unknown
sibs1IntegerRecommendedInterpersonal Relations with Family - Sibling(s), Month 10::8; 990 = Not applicable; 1 = Very good; 2 = Good; 3 = Fair; 4 = Poor; 5 = Very poor; 6 = Variable (but Good or better with at least 1 member of group); and 7 = Variable (ratings below Good with all members of group); 9 = Unknown
emp1IntegerRecommendedEmployment or Self-Employment - If the subject has not been employed at all since the last interview, was this due to psychopathology?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
house1IntegerRecommendedHousehold Duties - If subject has not performed any household duties at all during the past month was ths due to psychopathology?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
house2IntegerRecommendedHousehold Duties - impaired for some reason other than psychopathology?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
sexualam1IntegerRecommendedSexual Functioning - Sexual activities, Month 11::61 = Not having, satisfied; 2 = Not having, dissatisfied; 3 = Having, good; 4 = Having, fair; 5 = Having, poor; 6 = No information
partnersm1IntegerRecommendedSexual Functioning - Number of partners, Month 11::31 = 1 partner; 2 = More than 1; 3 = No information
riskm1IntegerRecommendedSexual Functioning - Level of sexual risk, Month 11::41 = Safe sex; 2 = Moderate risk; 3 = High risk; 4 = No information
gsa1IntegerRecommendedGlobal Social Adjustment, Month 11::61 = Very good; 2 = Good; 3 = Fair; 4 = Poor; 5 = Very poor; 6 = No information
bsimoFloatRecommendedMonths from Time 0 to assessmentmonfol
fumonthIntegerRecommendedMonth in follow-up
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  • Description: A basic description
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  • Notes: Expanded description or notes on coding of values
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