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    標題: KIDMAP, a web based system for gathering patients' feedback on their doctors
    作者: Tsair-Wei Chien
    Weng-Chung Wang
    Sho-Be Lin
    Ching-Yih Lin
    How-Ran Guo
    Shih-Bin Su
    貢獻者: 醫務管理系
    日期: 2009-06
    上傳時間: 2010-12-17 14:42:13 (UTC+8)
    摘要: Background: The gathering of feedback on doctors from patients after consultations is an
    important part of patient involvement and participation. This study first assesses the 23-item
    Patient Feedback Questionnaire (PFQ) designed by the Picker Institute, Europe, to determine
    whether these items form a single latent trait. Then, an Internet module with visual representation
    is developed to gather patient views about their doctors; this program then distributes the
    individualized results by email.
    Methods: A total of 450 patients were randomly recruited from a 1300-bed-size medical center
    in Taiwan. The Rasch rating scale model was used to examine the data-fit. Differential item
    functioning (DIF) analysis was conducted to verify construct equivalence across the groups. An
    Internet module with visual representation was developed to provide doctors with the patient's
    online feedback.
    Results: Twenty-one of the 23 items met the model's expectation, namely that they constitute a
    single construct. The test reliability was 0.94. DIF was found between ages and different kinds of
    disease, but not between genders and education levels. The visual approach of the KIDMAP module
    on the WWW seemed to be an effective approach to the assessment of patient feedback in a
    clinical setting.
    Conclusion: The revised 21-item PFQ measures a single construct. Our work supports the
    hypothesis that the revised PFQ online version is both valid and reliable, and that the KIDMAP
    module is good at its designated task. Further research is needed to confirm data congruence for
    patients with chronic diseases.
    關聯: BMC Medical Research Methodology 9(38):p.1-10
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