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Developing a valid and reliable questionnaire for healthcare quality research

Asaad Abdulrahman Abduljawad.

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    Quantitative research methodology focuses on objective interpretation and has a prediction element based on the data provided.To be able to conduct a quantitative type of study, a data collection tool should be designed. This paper overviews a practical and methodological example of designing a valid and reliable data collection instrument for purposes of quantitative studies in healthcare quality research.

    Key words: Survey, Questionnaire, Validity, Reliability, Healthcare Quality, Accreditation



    Sağlık Hizmetlerinin Kalitesinde Geçerli Ve Güvenilir Soru Formu Geliştirme Yöntemleri

    Özet
    Kantitatif araştırma yöntemi, objektif değerlendirmeye odaklıdır ve en önemli öngörüsü sunulan dataya dayalıdır. Kantitatif tipte bir araştırma gerçekleştirebilmek için etkin bir veri toplama aracı geliştirilmesi zorunludur. Bu makalede, sağlıkta kalitede kantitatif bir araştırma gerçekleştirebilmek için gerekli olan veriyi toplamada geçerli ve güvenilir bir anket formu geliştirme yöntemleri örneklerle açıklanacaktır.

    Anahtar Kelimeler: Araştırma, Soru formu, Geçerlilik, Güvenilirlik, Sağlık Hizmetlerinde Kalite, Akreditasyon


     
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