Capturing Compassionate Care Research - The CCARE Study
About the study
Compassionate Care is really important, so there is a need to capture patient experiences to check that the care they received was compassionate. The Compassionate Care Measure (CCM) is a new questionnaire that aims to measure these experiences. This project aims to check that this measure is of good enough quality to be used to improve services and patient care.
What will it involve?
If you agree to take part, you will initially be asked some demographic questions such as your age, gender and ethnicity. You will then be asked to think about your experience of meeting with one specific healthcare professional in the past month. You will be asked a series of questions about your experience of this meeting. There will also be a couple of questions about your health and well-being to answer.
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