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Inpatient experience survey 2016, volume 3: exploring differences in experience

Published: 4 Apr 2017
Population Health Directorate
Part of:
Health and social care

This report explores the differences in self-reported experience of people who responded to the inpatient experience survey 2016.

39 page PDF

1.7 MB

39 page PDF

1.7 MB

Inpatient experience survey 2016, volume 3: exploring differences in experience
An National Statistics publication for Scotland

39 page PDF

1.7 MB

An National Statistics publication for Scotland

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