Atlantic Quarterly Summer 2017 Collaborative Teamsdata.novascotia.ca | Last Updated 6 Feb 2018
The data set represents the results of commissioned questions in the public opinion survey conducted in August 2017 via Corporate Research Associate’s omnibus survey. These commissioned questions relate to public opinion and behaviour regarding the Health Care delivery model, specifically collaborative teams. Overall results are provided for each question and results are also broken down by various demographic markers (age, gender, geographic region, education level and household income).
This dataset has the following 7 columns:
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TABLE AD1: Over the past 12 months, would you say your access to health care has improved, worsened, or stayed the same?
TABLE AD2: Nova Scotia is adding a collaborative team approach to the provincial health care delivery model. Depending on the community, the teams may include, among other health care providers, doctors, nurse practitioners, family practice nurses, paramedics, and/or mental health workers. Members of each team will work together to provide better access and improved health care. Prior to today, were you aware of this shift to Collaborative Teams in Nova Scotia?
TABLE AD3: [POSE ONLY IF 'YES' IN Q.AD2] To the best of your knowledge, have you personally received care delivered by a Collaborative Team approach?
TABLE AD3: [FULL-BASE] To the best of your knowledge, have you personally received care delivered by a Collaborative Team approach?
TABLE AD4a: Depending on the needs of the community, collaborative teams could include family doctors, nurse practitioners, and family practice nurses. Some teams will include social workers or mental health workers, dieticians, or pharmacists. Each health professional will see patients who need their skills the most, and the team will work together to provide comprehensive health care. Yes or No, do you believe this will : Help Nova Scotians to get an appointment more quickly?view top 100
Stayed the same
Don't know/No answer
Yesview top 100
NOVA SCOTIA %
REGION: Cape Breton
REGION: Rest of mainland
GENDER: Mview top 100
|GROUP WEIGHTED %||group_weighted_1||number|
3.2081886242view top 100
|GROUP WEIGHTED #||group_weighted_2||number|
0.778339255view top 100
|WEIGHTED SAMPLE SIZE (#)||weighted_sample_size||number|
192.742025818view top 100
|UNWEIGHTED SAMPLE SIZE (#)||unweighted_sample_size||number|
192view top 100