HomeResearch & insightsA secondary analysis of primary care survey data to explore differences in response by ethnicity
A secondary analysis of primary care survey data to explore differences in response by ethnicity
Picker has available a great deal of expertise in conducting and analysing patient experience surveys. As part of the research being carried out for the National Association for Patient Participation it was agreed to perform some secondary analysis on the data collected for the Healthcare Commission’s Primary Care patient’s survey. The aim was to explore whether there were significant differences in the experience of patients from different ethnic groups.
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