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Tips on Creating an Effective Health Survey

Creating a Health Survey

A health survey can provide important feedback that can be useful in improving overall health care. To provide useful information you must have an effective health survey. The following are some general tips and suggestions that can be used when creating your survey:

  • Keep your survey concise and relevant-Know what information you are trying to obtain, why you need that information and what you will do with it.
  • Keep your survey interesting – As much as possible ask interesting questions that will keep the respondent reading.
  • Know how you will use the information collected – What actions will you take based on the results obtained.
  • Avoid double negatives and difficult concepts – A survey survey that is too complex or difficult to understand it will not be completed.
  • Avoid specific recall questions – Conduct your surveys at appropriate times for the information you are trying to obtain.
  • Name your survey and state its purpose – This lets your recipients know what the survey is about and why they are being asked to participate.
  • Be sure to say Thank-you – Remember to say thank you for participating at the end of your survey

Writing Health Survey Questions

The actual health survey questions will vary depending on the patient satisfaction surveys and the information you want. Some tips for writing health care questions include:

  • Order questions carefully– Start with simple questions, Wait until later to approach sensitive issues such as illegal drug use.
  • Define terms – Avoid medical jargon when possible if surveying patients or other laypersons
  • Eliminate unclear qualifiers – For example, don’t merely ask patients whether they drink alcohol “often.” Inform them “often” means “at least three times per week.
  • Write unbiased survey questions – Be careful with wording and avoid the following:
  • Loaded or leading questions – Questions that indicate they should answer a certain way
  • Double-barreled questions– Asking two questions at once that may have conflicting answers
  • Overly-broad questions – Avoid survey questions that fail to isolate the information you really want to learn.
  • Use open-ended questions sparingly – they are harder to answer and provide data that is more difficult to interpret

If you aren’t sure how to create an effective health survey, consider using the survey data analysis service we provide.

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