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Empowering nurses, frontline staff, patients and relatives


I'd suggest two key changes: 1. Ask the patients and relatives what things they would want us to measure. Then use these things to inform the structure of the questionnaire. 2. Tweak the structure of the questionnaires to allow better analysis of the data over time. Someone with experience of survey questionnaire design could do this to help meet the analysis requirements without having too much of an adverse impact on the important qualitative nature of this. Otherwise, a really well thought out proposal.

Posted date

27 September, 2013

Posted time

1:39 pm