Promoting Excellence : Anticipatory Post Death Interview / Sudden Post Death Interview

Cardinal Glennon Footprints: Anticipatory Post Death Interview / Sudden Post Death Interview

This is an interview tool used to measure the family's perception of care after the child's death.

Evaluation Tools - Satisfaction/Perception of Care

SSM Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital
1465 South Grand Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63104

Mary Ann Collins, MHA
[email protected]

How the grantee used this instrument:
Post-death interviews were conducted with both ‘Anticipated' and ‘Sudden' groups who had a child die during the course of the project (October 1998 to August 2001). Interviews were done in-person.

pediatrics, after death interview, family experience, family satisfaction, satisfaction survey

To use this tool:
You may print and copy this tool for your own use from this site. Please credit source.

Developed specifically for this project by the project team. Copyright © 2001 Footprints at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital. All Rights Reserved. Some Questions were adapted from the Toolkit of instrument to Measure End of Life Care and the Missoula Demonstration Project (contact Kaye Norris: [email protected]).

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Posted June 30, 2003

SSM Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital overview page

# GLEN8, type:satisfaction/perception_care

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