Satisfaction With Care Questionnaire. This tool was adapted from existing surveys and used by Cardinal Glennon. Adaptations were based on content provided by focus group subjects.
This is a questionnaire used to assess the experience of the patient and/or family with respect to end of life care in both anticipated and sudden deaths.
Evaluation Tools – Satisfaction/Perception of Care
SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital
1465 South Grand Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63104
Mary Ann Collins, MHA
How the grantee used this instrument:
This tool is given to the caregiver(s) both before and after the child’s death (if possible). If the death is anticipated, the tool is administered every 3 months by phone or in-person. If the death was sudden the tool is administered face to face.
pediatrics, caregiver interview, caregiver perception of care, afterdeath interview, family experience, caregiver 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.
Kaye Norris, PhD (personal communication). Dr. Joan Teno’s Web site, Teno JM. Afterdeath bereaved family interview. Retrieved May 19, 1999 from the Brown University, Center for Gerontology & Health Care Research Web site: http://www.chcr.brown.edu/pcoc/linkstoinstrumhtm.htm). Bredart A, Razavi N, Delvaux N et al. A Comprehensive Assessment of Satisfaction with Care for cancer patients. Support Care Cancer 6: 518-523, 1998. Bredart A, Razavi D, Robertson et al. A Comprehensive Assessment of Satisfaction with Care: Preliminary psychometric analysis in an oncology hospital. Annals of Oncology 10: 839-846, 1999.
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Posted June 30, 2003
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