Week 4 DQ1 - Week 4 DQ 1 Read the section Questionnaires Versus Interviews in the textbook How are these guidelines similar and different from data

Week 4 DQ1 - Week 4 DQ 1 Read the section Questionnaires...

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Week 4 DQ# 1 Read the section Questionnaires Versus Interviews in the textbook. How are these guidelines similar and different from data collected by nurses when giving care? What principles did you identify that are new to you but could be important in improving your collection of clinical data? I have worn many hats in the nursing profession and one hat particularly dealt with questionnaires mailed to patients to illicit data on the perceptions of hospital care experiences they recently had. Now granted, according to Polit and Beck (2017), Questionnaires can be relatively cost effective, provide anonymity and ensure the absence of interviewer bias however, It has been my experience that most of these questionnaires don’t make it past the breakfast coffee doily that they get used for. Unless, someone feels an emotional attachment from an experience, it is my theory that the questionnaire will go unanswered. On the contrary, if someone has a great deal of emotional feelings

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