- The Renal Network has started testing a carer-reported experience measures (CREMs) survey with carers across a range of sites and clinical areas. The survey is designed to be generic, for use by any service where carers play a critical role in patient care. The purpose of this survey is to explore if renal health services are asking carers the appropriate questions, in the right way.
- Carer managers from local health districts, the Ministry of Health and Bureau of Health Information are interested in learning how a survey, in a de-identified and aggregated report form, can be used to improve the services offered to carers of patients with chronic disease or traumatic injury.
- This testing phase will continue until mid-May and clinicians across NSW with access to willing carers are welcome to join in the carer feedback round. Contact the Renal Network if you are interested in getting involved.
Find out more and contact the Renal Network.