QODDQuality of Dying and Death (Questionnaire)
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Parents' evaluation of the experience of having a child die in the PICU was determined by their completing the modified QODD. In this study the reliability of the QODD was calculated using SPSS to determine the Cronbach's alpha.
Parents rated almost every aspect of care presented in the QODD highly.
Parents of infants may especially have been concerned about not being able to feed their child or having to stop breast feeding or perhaps even never having been able to actually breast feed, but this is not readily obtained from the modified QODD. There was no target question in the semi-structured interview designed to capture parents' feelings about their child's ability to eat or be fed.
The modified QODD does not investigate any aspect of care for more than frequency and parents' evaluation of the quality of their experience of this aspect of care so it is difficult to say why parents would regard their child's being able to be fed or to eat as low quality.
These measures include: the QUAL-E instrument, the QODD instrument, and the POS.