Frailty Champions Questionnaire

Frailty Champions Follow up

6 month post event follow up
  • Please enter your organisation's name
  • Please provide your role title
  • If more than one please select the area you work in the most.
  • 1. Since your Frailty Champions training have you...

  • You should have received three separate emails with links to WeTransfer digital downloads (Become Frailty Aware, FrailtySIM and Local Developments)
    If yes - please go to section 2 If no - please go to 1.7
    Please select the answer that best describes your situation
  • 2. Understanding Frailty

  • [1 - Very low to 10 - Very high]
    Please enter a number from 1 to 10.
  • e.g., audience, duration and nature of training/awareness building, other resources used?
  • This module includes the Frailty Fulcrum animation
  • e.g., audience, duration and nature of training/awareness building, other resources used?
  • 3. Identifying and assessing level of frailty

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  • For example, using tools such as electronic Frailty Index, Rockwood Clinical Frailty Scale.
  • [1 - Very low to 10 - Very high]
    Please enter a number from 1 to 10.
  • e.g., audience, duration and nature of training/awareness building, other resources used?
  • 4. Managing frailty and person-centred care

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  • For example, managing teams or individuals involved with the delivery of care or support.
  • [1 - Very low to 10 - Very high]
    Please enter a number from 1 to 10.
  • e.g., audience, duration and nature of training/awareness building, other resources used?
  • e.g., audience, duration and nature of training/awareness building, other resources used?
  • e.g., audience, duration and nature of training/awareness building, other resources used?
  • 5. And finally...

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  • The Frailty Champions programme has had a positive impact on improving outcomes or quality of life for older people with frailty?
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

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