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NHS England. (2018) Bite-size guide to patient insight: writing an effective questionnaire. London: NHS England. 6 p.

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The formula for effective survey research involves three key elements:
• Asking the right questions
• Asking those questions of the right sample of people (representative and appropriate)
• Using the data correctly (accurately, and without misrepresentation).

This guide focuses on the first of these: what to consider when designing the content and structure of your questionnaire. It is intended to help anyone who is planning a survey to collect more useful insight or feedback on health services from patients or staff.


Item Type:Evidence resource
Publication Type:Guideline
Date:January 2018
Pages:6 p.
Publisher:NHS England
Corporate Creators:NHS England
Place of Publication:London
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Subjects:R Research > Research and evaluation method
R Research > Type of research study > Empirical study > Survey

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