Scottish Inpatient Patient Experience Survey 2012 Volume 1: National results
The Better Together Scottish Patient Experience Inpatient Survey is a postal survey, first conducted in early 2010, with the aim of establishing the experience of a sample of people aged 16 years and over who had a recent overnight hospital stay. The survey covers six specific areas of inpatient experience: admission to hospital; the hospital and ward; care and treatment; hospital staff; arrangements for leaving hospital; and care and support services after leaving hospital.
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This publication was updated on 28 August 2012 to correct an error with the labelling of Chart 2 "Overall, how would you rate the care and treatment you received during your time in A&E?" We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
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