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Selecting the right measure

This guide outlines a suggested approach to choosing measures and describes some of the measures that matter to patients, carers and staff. It also lists a range of resources that can be drawn on to support the selection of measures.

5th December 2019

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Designing and selecting a sample

This guide focuses on the steps involved in creating a sampling plan – including defining target populations, identifying a sampling frame, deciding on sample size and selecting the sample. It also describes broader considerations such as statistical reliability and data protection issues.

5th December 2019

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Selecting a methodology for a new data collection

This guide is aimed at those who have identified that existing data do not provide the information they require and must therefore arrange a new data collection. It describes different approaches to collecting data, their pros and cons and a set of practical considerations when selecting a methodology.

5th December 2019

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Implementing data collection

This guide outlines the options for implementing person-centred measures, including adding new questions to existing data collections and undertaking new data collections (either in-house or through a supplier). It also describes approaches for maximising response rates.

5th December 2019

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Interpreting and using data

This guide focuses on the steps following data collection – including assessing data quality, analysing and interpreting data and using it to inform decisions.

5th December 2019

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Selecting the right measure

This guide outlines a suggested approach to choosing measures and describes some of the measures that matter to patients, carers and staff. It also lists a range of resources that can be drawn on to support the selection of measures.

5th December 2019

View Resource

Designing and selecting a sample

This guide focuses on the steps involved in creating a sampling plan – including defining target populations, identifying a sampling frame, deciding on sample size and selecting the sample. It also describes broader considerations such as statistical reliability and data protection issues.

5th December 2019

View Resource

Selecting a methodology for a new data collection

This guide is aimed at those who have identified that existing data do not provide the information they require and must therefore arrange a new data collection. It describes different approaches to collecting data, their pros and cons and a set of practical considerations when selecting a methodology.

5th December 2019

View Resource

Implementing data collection

This guide outlines the options for implementing person-centred measures, including adding new questions to existing data collections and undertaking new data collections (either in-house or through a supplier). It also describes approaches for maximising response rates.

5th December 2019

View Resource

Interpreting and using data

This guide focuses on the steps following data collection – including assessing data quality, analysing and interpreting data and using it to inform decisions.

5th December 2019

View Resource
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