Invitation to be part of the development of a National Paediatric Patient Report Experience Measure (PREM)

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Help us to understand the experience of kids getting care in hospital

Feedback from children and young people is valuable in understanding how we can improve the care provided in hospitals.

Paediatric Patient Reported Experience Measures (PREMs) are a survey tool that can be given to a child or young person to provide feedback on what could be improved in the hospital setting. CHA is partnering with Starlight Childrens Foundation to develop a PREM tool to measure your child’s experience of care in hospitals services.

Who Can Participate?

  • Children or young people between ages 6 to 18
  • A child or young person that is receiving care or has received care in the past month at a participating hospital or health service.

What is involved with the focus group or interview?

  • Children and young people will be offered the opportunity to participate in focus groups/interviews (in-person or online) while attending a participating hospital or health service.
  • The parents or guardian of the child or young person will have to sign a consent form, and the child/young person will need to sign an assent form.
  • The focus group or interview will take approximately 45 minutes.
  • Focus groups or interviews will be video recorded and transcribed.

What does participation involve?

  • Children and young people can be in a focus group or interview discussion where they can share their experiences of care at the participating hospital or health service.
  • Children and young people can help us learn what matters to them when receiving care at hospitals.
  • Children and young people can choose to answer questions that we ask and talk to other children or young people in the focus group discussion.


To participate in this research project, contact us below.

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Participating Hospitals

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