Pressure Ulcer Consensus Survey Part 2
The National “Stop the Pressure Programme” is undertaking work in relation to the definition and reporting/ measurement of pressure ulcers. The purpose of this particular work stream is to standardise definitions and reporting around pressure ulcers and these will then be used in all organisations in England. It is proposed to do this by using a methodology that is loosely based on the Delphi survey technique i.e. putting forward statements, voting, determining the level of consensus and then refining statements and re voting.
In part 2 of the survey you are being asked to vote on outstanding / newly developed questions. Click here to read the background/supporting information to each question prior to completing the survey.
Closing date for survey submissions is 14 September 2017