Enabling people to give feedback about their health care
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Enabling people to give feedback about their health care

Susan Gowland Speech and language therapist (NHS Fife), Pitteuchar Health Centre, Fife

Finding out what patients think about their treatment is notoriously difficult. Susan Gowland reviews several studies that cover a range of methods

This article describes a systematic review of approaches to measuring the satisfaction of people with learning disabilities with their health care. Methods to enable people with learning disabilities and communication difficulties to give meaningful feedback on the services they receive are evaluated, and factors that contribute to their satisfaction with care are discussed.

Learning Disability Practice. 14, 8,32-36. doi: 10.7748/ldp2011.10.14.8.32.c8742

Correspondence

susan.gowland@nhs.net

Peer review

This article has been subject to double blind peer review

Conflict of interest

None declared

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