Example Journal: Shared Caregiving Observations

In this example, several caregivers are using the same journal to note a variety of observations of the person they are jointly caring for.

The main journal description. There are five attributes, one for the “Caregiver”, and four for “Mood”, “Anxiety level”, “Alertness” and “Strength level”. The information extends beyond a single screen, as indicated by the yellow shading:

The “Caregiver” attribute is described as a List, with the names of the different caregivers:

The “Mood” attribute is described as a Scale, with a range of 0 (Sad) to 10 (Happy).

The “Anxiety level” attribute is described as a Scale, with a range of 0 (Low) to 10 (High).

The “Alertness” attribute is described as a Scale, with a range of 0 (Sleepy) to 10 (Bright).

The “Strength level” attribute is described as a Scale, with a range of 0 (Low) to 10 (High).

The resulting Event Entry screen. Again, the information extending beyond a single screen is indicated by the yellow shading:

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