Table 1

WHO trial registration data set

Data categoryInformation
Primary registry and trial identifying numberACTRN 12617001405303
Date of registration in primary registry04/10/2017
Source of monetary or material supportHealth Research Council of New Zealand Feasibility Grant (17/536)
Primary sponsorUniversity of Otago
Contact for public
Contact for scientific queriesDr Daniel Cury Ribeiro, School of Physiotherapy – University of Otago
Public titleTailored vs standard strengthening rehabilitation for patients with shoulder pain: a feasibility trial
Scientific titleThe effectiveness of a tailored rehabilitation vs standard strengthening programme for patients with shoulder pain: a feasibility randomised controlled trial (the Otago MASTER trial)
Country of recruitmentNew Zealand
Health condition or problem studiedShoulder subacromial pain
InterventionsTailored and standardised strengthening exercise
Key inclusion and exclusion criteriaAdult healthcare workers (from 18 to 65 years old), with subacromial shoulder pain.
Study typeInterventional
Date of first enrolment12/02/2018
Target sample size25
Recruitment statusRecruiting
Primary outcome(1) Recruitment rate, (2) Proportion of participants enrolled from the total number screened and (3) Adherence to the rehabilitation programme.
Key secondary outcome(1) Drop-out rates, (2) pain level, (3) Shoulder-Related Disability—Patient Specific Functional Scale, (4) quality-adjusted life year, (5) Shoulder Pain and Disability Index, (6) Pain Self-Efficacy Questionnaire; (7) adverse reactions.
  • MASTER, Management of subacromial disorders of the shoulder.