Table 2

Summary of staff feedback (total number of responses=27)

Positive
N (%)
Middle/indifferent
N (%)
Negative
N (%)
CDPR form How familiar are you with what CDPR is?14 (51.85)9 (33.33)4 (14.81)
Do you think that the CDPR form is clear to use? (ie, which parts are compulsory to fill in)13 (48.14)6 (22.22)8 (29.63)
Do you agree with any of the following statements:
  • The form contains too much information.

1 (3.85)
  • The form is too long.

2 (7.69)
  • Iti s not clear what needs to filled out and what can be left blank.

9 (34.62)
  • The capacity assessment is confusing.

4 (15.38)
  • It is not clear whether to save or confirm the form.

9 (34.62)
  • None of the above,

11 (42.31)
Electronic patient records (EPR)Is the form easy to find on EPR?19 (70.37)5 (18.52)3 (11.11)
Would prompts in EPR/other reminders help you to remember to fill in the form?20 (74.08)5 (18.52)2 (7.41)
Implementing into routine practice How easy did you find implementing this form into your routine practice?12 (44.44)14 (51.85)1 (3.70)
Do you agree with any of the following statements?
  • Hard to identify when it is most appropriate to ask the patient.

4 (14.81)
  • Hard to get the whole team to use the form, not just one dedicated person.

13 (48.15)
  • Not a priority/lack of interest from staff.

10 (37.04)
  • Lack of interest or understanding from patients.

3 (11.11)
  • Lack of support and resources to trial using the form properly.

2 (7.41)
  • None of the above.

8 (29.63)
  • CDPR, consent to discuss their participation in research.