Information accreditation scheme testing phase – assessing the impact
This study was carried out to assess any effects that the health and social care Information Accreditation Scheme (“The Scheme”) might have on information production processes and the quality of information materials. Forty information producers participating in the testing phase of the Scheme completed an online survey, submitted information materials for assessment and took part in semi-structured telephone interviews to help evaluate the potential impact.
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