Due to nursing home (NH) regulatory and payment changes emphasizing person-centered care and value-based payment,
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Integrated Care Resource Center, Philadelphia, PA2017
2we conducted a follow-up of a 2009–2010 survey
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Reform of Requirements for LongTerm Care Facilities Federal Register. 81. 2016
3to understand NH practice changes. In particular, our focus was on understanding NH culture change (CC) practices aimed at advancing person-centered care and deinstitutionalizing NHs.
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Gerontologist. 2014; 54: 434-445
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Transforming nursing home culture: Evidence for practice and policy.
Gerontologist. 2014; 54: S1-S5
5Unlike the 2009–2010 survey of directors of nursing (DONs) and NH administrators (NHAs), this follow-up survey's budget could only accommodate responses from 1 survey recipient at a facility. Thus, we used cognitive interviewing (CI) to identify the most credible target for this survey. Traditionally, CI has been used for creating and refining relevant and coherent questions with good respondent comprehension, which also helps increase survey response rates.
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What does the evidence really say about culture change in nursing homes?.
Gerontologist. 2014; 54: S6-S16
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Cognitive research improves questionnaires.
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7We report here on an innovative use of CI to identify the most credible survey recipient.
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You can't fix by analysis what you've spoiled by design: Developing survey instruments and collecting validity evidence.
J Grad Med Educ. 2012; 4: 407-410
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Published online: June 16, 2018
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