CSACD: Collaboration and Satisfaction About Care Decisions

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Tool

The Collaboration and Satisfaction About Care Decisions (CSACD) was developed to assess quality of interaction in making care decisions and satisfaction with the decision making process in the health setting.

The  Collaboration and Satisfaction About Care Decisions tool is a 9 item tool on a 7 point scale used to assess quality of interaction in making care decisions and satisfaction with the decision making process in the health setting. It has two subscales: collaboration and satisfaction.

The instrument is available as Table 1 in: Baggs, J. G. (1994). Development of an instrument to measure collaboration and satisfaction about care decisions. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 20(1), 176-­182. PLEASE NOTE: Only those with paid subscriptions to the Wiley Online Library may access the full text of this copyright-protected article. Contact your institutional library or the publisher for details.

Reference

Dieleman, S. L., Farris, K. B., Feeny, D., Johnson, J. A., Tsuyuki, R. T., and Brilliant, S. (2004). Primary health care teams: Team members' perceptions of the collaborative process. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 18(1), 75-­78.

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Tool Description

This version of the  Modified Collaboration and Satisfaction About Care Decisions tool is a 26 item tool on a 7 point scale used to assess quality of interaction in making care decisions and satisfaction with the decision making process in the health setting. It has two subscales: collaboration and satisfaction (Dieleman et al., 1994).

Country Canada
Setting Hospitals
Professions

Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy

Sample

22 professionals in 4 disciplines

Subscale(s) & Psychometrics

Nurse-­‐physician or allied health professional collaboration associated with making specific patient care decisions

Internal Consistency Cronbach’s α  =.89 at Time 1.

Contact

karen-­‐farris@uiowa.edu

 

Reference

Dechairo-­Marino, A. E., Jordan-­Marsh, M., Traiger, G., and Saulo, M. (2001). Nurse/physician collaboration: Action research and the lessons learned. The Journal of Nursing Administration, 31(5), 223-­232.

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Tool Description

The Modified Collaboration and Satisfaction About Care Decisions (CSACD-N) tool has 7 items with a 7-point scale and is used to assess collaboration in making specific patient care decisions and satisfaction with the decision making. The tool measures 6 attributes of collaboration and 1 global measure of amount of collaboration (Dechairo et al., 2001)

Country United States
Setting University
Professions

Nursing

Sample

122 nurses

Subscale(s) & Psychometrics 6 attributes of collaboration and 1 global measure of amount of collaboration (No Other Information Provided)

Internal consistency Cronbach's α =.94

Contact

dechairomarino@earthlink.net

 

Reference

Baggs, J. G. (1994). Development of an instrument to measure collaboration and satisfaction about care decisions. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 20(1), 176-­182.

PLEASE NOTE: Only those with paid subscriptions to the Wiley Online Library may access the full text of this copyright-protected article. Contact your institutional library or the publisher for details.

Tool Description

The  Modified Collaboration and Satisfaction About Care Decisions tool is a 9 item tool on a 7 point scale used to assess quality of interaction in making care decisions and satisfaction with the decision making process in the health setting. It has two subscales: collaboration and satisfaction (Baggs, 1994).

Country United States
Setting Hospitals
Professions

Phase 1 and 2: Medicine and Nursing

Sample

58 staff from 2 professions

Subscale(s) & Psychometrics

Nurse-­‐physician or allied health professional collaboration associated with making specific patient care decisions

Internal Consistency Cronbach’s α  

6 critical-attribute collaboration items=.93.

Correlation between two satisfaction items r=.64.

Correlation with global collaboration items r=.78 vs r=.50

Criterion validity: correlation between global collaboration total of 6 critical attribute items r=.87.

Correlation between collaboration and satisfaction with decision-making process r=.69.

Correlation between collaboration and satisfaction with decision r=.50.

Factor analysis loadings for 6 items ranged from .82 to .93.

Contact

Judith Gedney Baggs, PhD, RN, FAAN

Elizabeth N. Gray Distinguished Professor

Special Assistant to the Dean for Research and Scholarship

Oregon Health & Science University, School of Nursing, SN-4S

3455 SW US Veterans Hospital Road

Portland, OR 97239

baggsj@ohsu.edu

Author(s): 
Dr. Judith Gedney Baggs
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