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Developing and exploring the validity of a patient reported experience measure for adult inpatient diabetes care

Abstract

Aim: to develop and explore the validity of a Patient Reported Experience Measure (PREM) for adult inpatient diabetes care. Method: 27 in-depth interviews were conducted to inform the development of the 42-item PREM which was cognitively tested with ten people. A refined 38-item PREM was piloted with 228 respondents completing a paper (n=198) or online (n=30) version. The performance of the PREM was evaluated by exploring (i) uptake/number of responses, and (ii) survey validity by investigating whether the PREM data were of adequate quality and delivered useful information. Results: the PREM had low drop-out or missing data rates suggesting it was appropriately constructed. Analysis of item frequencies and variances, and problem score calculations concluded that questions provided sufficient score differentiation. Conclusions: This new PREM allows for experiences of inpatient diabetes care to be measured, understood and reported on to help identify priority areas for improving care quality. 

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Authors

Kozlowska, Olga
Tallett, Amy
Bond, Samuel
Mansbridge, Sarah E.
Aveyard, Helen
Jenkinson, Crispin
Dudbridge, Alexander
McRobert, Nicky
Lumb, Alistair
Rea, Rustam
Tan, Garry T.
Walthall, Helen

Oxford Brookes departments

Department of Nursing
Department of Psychology, Health and Professional Development

Dates

Year of publication: 2023
Date of RADAR deposit: 2023-11-30


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