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Your needs assessment questionnaire design could be more important than you realise. Luckily, the SchoolScreener team are here to walk you through the A-Z of designing a health needs questionnaire.
In the first part of this series, we discussed what general considerations you’ll need to take into account when designing a questionnaire. But, optimal questionnaire
What can you do to ensure you’re taking action ‘to mitigate risks of poor outcomes’, and meeting PHE’s aims? And how can you utilise tools, like SchoolScreener, to best meet targets for modernisation and leaner working?
Don’t risk falling behind the competition. Keep reading to find out more.
No Child Left Behind England aims to identify, and target care for, the most vulnerable children in society.
Tragically, despite requiring the highest levels of care, these are often the children who slip through the net. So, there’s now more need than ever for providers to identify issues, and deliver required care, as efficiently as possible.
At their best, health needs assessments offer providers a quick, inexpensive, route to identifying the health, wellbeing, and social needs of children across the country. However, if managed poorly, needs assessments are yet another bureaucracy. They can easily become an additional administrative barrier to providers’ abilities to deliver on care plans.
Many expect Public Health England to expand the autumn flu campaign again this year – from 8 year groups in 20/21, to 12 in 21/22.
We have built this checklist to help you rise above the chaos that is lateral flow testing in schools 1. Workflow: Skip the Slow Bit
Lesson 1: Consent is not as Simple as it Looks Lesson 2: You Need a Good Flow Lesson 3: Lots to Do When You Get