Annex E: scoring sheet (for information only)
Responses will be evaluated based on the following criteria. The range of possible scores allocated is shown below. New questions will only be introduced after the questionnaire length is reduced by approximately ten minutes for an adult interview.
|Max possible Score||Criteria (detailing range of possible score)|
0 - no clear relevance to any current or future Scottish Government policy/target.
20 - Clear relevance to a Scottish Government policy, with link to policy strategy/target which will continue into the future.
0 - no Scottish Government /NHSScotland/external/academic support for bid.
20 - Significant Scottish Government/NHSScotland/external/ academic support.
Use for local or national measurement
0 - Not used in previous reporting/never been previously analysed/no suggested plans for future use as indicator or measuring progress against a target.
10 - Used as an indicator or target/clear analysis and dissemination strategy proposed.
0 - New question/no trend analysis possible.
10 - Consistent time-series analysis back to 1995 possible.
Availability from other sources
0 - Available from other sources/links to other SHeS topics non-essential.
10 - Crucial indicator not available from any other source/links to other SHeS topics essential.
Frequency and geography required
0 - Question in core sample.
5 - Question included in smaller sample every year.
10 - Question included in smaller sample every second year or every fourth year.
0- not previously tested/wording not finalised.
10 - previously tested and verified.
Length of proposed question
0 - a suite of questions required of full sample.
10 - one short question.
(questions which are only required of part of the sample ( i.e. women aged 16-44) would receive more points than those which are required of the full sample)
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