Community Pharmacy Survey on Patient Safety Culture

Contract No. HHSA290200710024C. Prepared by Westat, Rockville, MD.

Prepared by: Martha Franklin, M.A., Joann Sorra, Ph.D., Principal Investigators

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Part One: Survey User's Guide

Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. Getting Started

Chapter 3. Using Paper Surveys

Chapter 4. Using Web-Only and Mixed-Mode Surveys

Chapter 5. Analyzing Data and Producing Reports


Part Two: Survey Materials

Community Pharmacy Survey on Patient Safety Culture

Survey Items Grouped by Dimensions

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Page last reviewed April 2014
Page originally created March 2013
Internet Citation: Community Pharmacy Survey on Patient Safety Culture. Content last reviewed April 2014. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.