Coming soon! HealthSurveySolutions A unique service in health survey questionnaire design

HealthSurveySolutions-logo-(RGB)-SDHP Research will be launching on the 30th July 2014 an additional and unique service – HealthSurveySolutions – under the DHP brand.

Why do we think we are unique? Because when we design a questionnaire we start at the end –  what is the story to be told? How is the story is to be told? Who is the audience? We design health survey questionnaires around what the key messages are that need communicating, whether by a report, social media or visual presentation.

HealthSurveySolutions will be offering a number of levels of support on health survey questionnaire design dependent on client requirements.

Level 1: Is the design and development of a fully psychometrically validated questionnaire which includes concept elicitation, establishing content validity, item evaluation and psychometric testing (internal reliability, construct validity etc.).

Level 2: Should the client’s requirements be less stringent than for Level 1, it is still essential that the questionnaire has been designed to avoid respondents becoming annoyed by badly-phrased or irrelevant questions or missing or misinterpreting the questions.

Our level 2 support will include: clarifying the objectives of the survey, developing the questionnaire content and designing the questionnaire layout and finally, evaluating the content using cognitive briefing to finalising the content and design.

Level 3 support is our Questionnaire Consulting service for those clients who:

  • have yet to design the survey questionnaire, but would like some advice before starting.
  • Have already designed their survey questionnaire, but would like to have it expertly reviewed before the survey.

Why not contact us for more information on our new service either by email: or Telephone Tel: 01295 724233

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  1. Coming soon! HealthSurveySolutions A unique service in health survey questionnaire design « DHP Research thepatientoutcomesblog

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