P-CAT

This questionnaire aims to measure the extent to which the care within a facility is experienced by staff as being person-centered. The questionnaire consists of 13 statements about the care. You are asked to decide to what extent you think the statements correspond to your own experiences working in your current facility. Please put a cross in the box for the alternative that you think best describes your experience. It is important that you answer all the statements, so if you feel uncertain, pick the alternative closest to your experience.

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1. Please enter date

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2. Please enter nursing home name

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3. We often discuss how to give person-centered care.

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4. We have formal team meetings to discuss residents’ care.

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5. The life history of the residents is formally used in the care plans we use.

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6. The quality of the interaction between staff and residents is more important than getting the tasks done.

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7. We are free to alter work routines based on residents’ preferences.

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8. Residents are offered the opportunity to be involved in individualized everyday activities.

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9. I simply do not have the time to provide person centered care.

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10. The environment feels chaotic.

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11. We have to get the work done before we can worry about a homelike environment.

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12. This organization prevents me from providing person centered care.

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13. Assessment of residents’ needs is undertaken on a daily basis.

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14. It is hard for residents in this facility to find their way around.

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15. Residents are able to access outside space as they wish.

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