||Information about condition and/or its management
||Providing patients with information about their conditions or about the essential aspects and principles of managing their conditions (e.g., information sessions on medication management).
||Information about available resources
||Provision of written, verbal, or visual information on available social service and healthcare resources (e.g., advice on how to access financial assistance and accessible transportation).
||Provision of/agreement on specific clinical action plans and/or rescue medication
||Individualized written instructions prepared by a health-care professional that enable patients to manage their conditions (e.g., action plan on how to recognize certain symptoms and what actions to take).
||Regular clinical review
||A regular and scheduled review conducted by a healthcare professional, on the patient, their condition, and SM (e.g., regular clinical visits conducted by health professionals).
||Monitoring of condition with feedback
||Monitoring symptoms, behaviours, or objective measures related to the patient’s condition, done by the patient or others; the patient receives the results of the monitoring and take actions accordingly, sometimes with the guidance from health professionals (e.g., the completion of daily logs to monitor symptoms).
||Practical support with adherence (medication or behavioural)
||Providing patients with practical help to improve adherence to medication or behaviour change activities (e.g., reminder phone calls for taking medication).
||Provision of equipment
||Providing patients with equipment to enable, assist or promote SM and/or self-monitoring of their condition (e.g., the provision of assistive technology that enables people with SCI to use computers).
||Provision of easy access to advice or support when needed **Safety Netting
||Provision of access to health services and advice from health professionals when urgent or non-urgent concerns arise (e.g., providing contact information of a specialist nurse helpline).
||Training/rehearsal to communicate with healthcare professionals
||Helping patients build and practise necessary skills that enable them effectively communicate their needs and collaborate with health professionals (e.g., advocacy skill training workshop).
||Training/rehearsal for everyday activities **ADLs
||Enabling patients to build and/or practice skills that support everyday activities (e.g., OT activities such as washing and dressing practice).
||Training/rehearsal for practical self-management activities
||Teaching patients practical skills that help them manage their conditions and/or providing patients with opportunities to practise those skills (e.g., home exercise for pressure ulcer management).
||Training/rehearsal for psychological strategies
||Provision of psychological strategies training that help mitigate the impact of the health conditions and/or providing patients with the opportunity to practice the skills they have learned (e.g., cognitive restructuring).
||Helping patients build and/or strengthen the connection with their social support network (e.g., peer support groups).
||Lifestyle advice and support
||Providing patients with advice and support related to health and lifestyle (e.g., advice on physical activity and diet).