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  • Chapter 3: Conducting an Audit
    • Chose a Survey Tool
      • Purpose of the Interview Tools
      • Issues to Consider When Choosing a Tool
    • Select a Sample
      • Make-up of the Sample
      • Size of the Sample
    • Make Initial Contact
    • Inform and Protect Respondents
      • Informed Consent
      • Refuse Participation
      • Privacy and Confidentiality
    • Train the Interviewer
      • Set the Stage for a Successful Interview
      • Strive for Neutrality
      • Probe for Appropriate Response
      • Attain Consistency Across Interviewers
      • Pay Attention to Respondents' Stories
      • Revisit the Interview Process Throughtout the Project
    • FAQ’s
  • Chapter 5: Engaging Stakeholders & Defining a Goal
    • Why is change important in improvement process?
    • What do the experts say?
    • What are you trying to accomplish? Using the Model for Improvement
    • What changes will result in improvement? Using PSDA Cycles
    • How will you know that changes result in improvement? Using Mesaurement
    • Sustaining Change
  • Chapter 6: Physical Comfort
    • Why is it important to focus on pain?
    • What do the experts say about pain management?
    • What are the basics you need to know?
    • Interpreting your score
    • What are the next steps to improve the quality of care?
 

 

 

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