Table 1

Valence and agreement score for each triad

Care triadResident
Caregiver %-positiveMean %-positive scoreAgreement score
A54698071Quite positive14Very low
B71879183Very positive81Very high
C20425644Quite negative11Very low
D76465659Quite positive40Quite low
E1007510090Very positive75Very high
F0562528Quite negative25Quite low
I100695372Quite positive9Very low
J46807568Quite positive45Quite low
K501006472Quite positive36Quite low
L50436953Quite positive68Quite high
N901008189Very positive81Very high
O47404042Quite negative93Very high
P67417153Quite positive70Quite high
Q80566967Quite positive76Very high
R50337057Quite positive58Quite high
S41506751Quite positive75Very high
T30907564Quite positive35Quite low
U1001009297Very positive92Very high
V1008210092Very positive82Very high
W57467261Quite positive64Quite high
X38386550Quite negative24Very low
  • (1) n/a: less than five segments coded as positive/negative and therefore insufficient to calculate %-positive.

  • (2) Example of calculating agreement scores: example for triad A: Step (1) Selecting the agreement level, by calculating the largest %-positive difference between which two actors. In this triad the resident (54%) and caregiver (80%) disagree most, namely 26%. Hence, the agreement level is ‘very low’ (see table 2). Step (2) Calculating the agreement score, by subtracting the smallest %-positive difference between two actors from the number 25. In this triad the family (69%) and caregiver (80%) have the smallest difference, namely 11%. Hence, the agreement score is 25–11=14.