University of California San Francisco Comprehensive Care Team: Patient Questionnaire
This is a written survey to assess demographics, physical symptoms (especially pain and dyspnea), emotional and spiritual well-being, health care utilization, and advance directive planning for patients with serious illness.
Evaluation - Satisfaction/Perception of Care
University of California San Francisco
Comprehensive Care Team
1600 Divisadero Street, Room C-433
San Francisco, CA 94115-1640
Michael Rabow, MD
How the grantee used this instrument:
Self-administered survey given prior, half-way through, and after the 1-year Comprehensive Care Team intervention. Given the illness burden of respondents, completion required approximately 1.5-2 hours and generally required the assistance of a research associate to ensure accuracy and completeness.
congestive heart failure, COPD, cancer, patient experience, patient perception of care, patient satisfaction
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Posted September 2003
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