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2010

This study is a report of the development and testing of the Satisfaction Scale for Community Nursing for measuring patient satisfaction with community nursing.
Measuring patient satisfaction with a psychometrically sound instrument is important if patient judgment is used as a quality indicator to evaluate the quality of the service.
Service users and providers participated in generating items for a questionnaire related to the concept of patient satisfaction.
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