An annotated cost questionnaire for completion by patients

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Document Provider:
Sarah Wordsworth
Developer:
UK working Party on Patient Costs (Ken Buckingham, Nicola Cooper, Wendy Coucill, Joe Eastman, Marilyn James, Elaine McColl, Panos Papanikolaou, Adam Parnab, Sally Thompson, Sarah Wordsworth)
Contact Details:
Sarah Wordsworth/ Sally Thomson
Health Economics Research Centre
Department of Public Health
Rosemary Rue Building
University of Oxford
Old Road Campus
Oxford
OX3 7LF
Copyright:
UK working Party on Patient Costs
Country of Origin:
United Kingdom

Study Completed:
Yes
Year:
2001

DIRUM ID:
28
DIRUM Listing:
09/06/2011

Disease Categories

Generic

Populations - Age

Age Range: 5 - 100

Populations - Sex

Administration Methods

In person
Via telephone

Instrument Types

Recall questionnaire

Person(s) Completing Instrument

Patient
Parent/carer
Researcher

Settings of Care

Community
GP practice
Inpatient
Outpatient
A&E
Day hospital
Residential care
Nursing home
Hospice
Specialist tertiary centres
Other - Widely Applicable

Nature of Intervention

Other - Generic Questionnaire

Items of Resource Being Measured

Community nurse
Practice nurse
Medication
Employer
Informal carer
Social services
Patient incurred
Physiotherapy
Occupational therapy
Psychologist
Residential care
Healthcare aids
Other NHS - Use of hospital cars

Other Characterisation Details

Frequency Of Economic Data Collection - N/A
Maximum Recall Period - 1 to 4 weeks

Primary References

Wordsworth S, Thompson S. , An annotated cost questionnaire for patients: results of piloting, HERU Dicussion Ppaper, 2001, Discussion Paper 03/01,

Wordsworth S, Thompson S. , An annotated cost questionnaire for patients: results of piloting, HERU Dicussion Ppaper, 2001, Discussion Paper 03/01,

Information on how items for costing were identified

Evidence of content validity since a number of health economists brought their own questionnaires from previous studies to provide a checklist of resource use items. REF: Wordsworth S, Thompson S. An annotated cost questionnaire for patients: results of piloting. HERU Discussion Paper 03/01. 2001: 91.

Wordsworth S, Thompson S. , An annotated cost questionnaire for patients: results of piloting, HERU Dicussion Ppaper, 2001, Discussion Paper 03/01,

Wordsworth S, Thompson S. , An annotated cost questionnaire for patients: results of piloting, HERU Dicussion Ppaper, 2001, Discussion Paper 03/01,


Piloting of questionnaires for patient / carer completion

Evidence of content validity since a number of health economists brought their own questionnaires from previous studies to provide a checklist of resource use items. REF: Wordsworth S, Thompson S. An annotated cost questionnaire for patients: results of piloting. HERU Discussion Paper 03/01. 2001: 91.

Thalananya M M, Mugford M, Mitchell-Inwangb C, Visiting adult patients in intensive care: The importance of relatives’ travel and time costs, Intensive and Critical Care Nursing 2006;22:40-48, 2006, 22, 40-48

DOI: 10.1016/j.iccn.2005.10.004

Thalananya M M, Mugford M, Mitchell-Inwangb C, Visiting adult patients in intensive care: The importance of relatives’ travel and time costs, Intensive and Critical Care Nursing 2006;22:40-48, 2006, 22, 40-48

DOI: 10.1016/j.iccn.2005.10.004


Validation

Evidence of content validity since a number of health economists brought their own questionnaires from previous studies to provide a checklist of resource use items. REF: Wordsworth S, Thompson S. An annotated cost questionnaire for patients: results of piloting. HERU Discussion Paper 03/01. 2001: 91.

Wordsworth S, Thompson S. , An annotated cost questionnaire for patients: results of piloting, HERU Dicussion Ppaper, 2001, Discussion Paper 03/01,

Wordsworth S, Thompson S. , An annotated cost questionnaire for patients: results of piloting, HERU Dicussion Ppaper, 2001, Discussion Paper 03/01,


Adaptations

The working party studied resource use questionnaires and used these to provide a checklist of topics and in generating ideas for the annotated cost questionnaire development



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