Le indagini campionarie (survey) rappresentano un utile strumento per la valutazione delle attitudini, aspettative e atteggiamenti degli operatori sanitari e delle persone affette da specifiche patologie.
L’indagine delle percezioni soggettive costituisce un importante complemento ai dati clinici per aiutare a spiegare la variabilità nei risultati dell’assistenza e per meglio comprendere i bisogni insoddisfatti  dei pazienti e degli operatori sanitari.
Le survey possono essere inoltre utilizzate per valutare il divario fra evidenze scientifiche e raccomandazioni contenute nelle linee guida da una parte e conoscenze/attitudini dei professionisti dall’altra, fornendo informazioni sulle barriere all’implementazione della evidence based medicine.

I ricercatori di CORESEARCH hanno una lunga esperienza nel disegno di survey, nell’implementazione su web di indagini campionarie e nell’analisi statistica dei dati.
CORESEARCH funge da centro di analisi dei dati derivanti dallo studio Diabetes Attitudes, Wishes and Needs (DAWN-2), la più grande survey mai condotta in ambito diabetologico, con il coinvolgimento di oltre 8.000 persone con diabete, oltre 2.000 familiari di persone con diabete e quasi 5.000 operatori sanitari provenienti da 17 paesi in quattro continenti.

 

Pubblicazioni:

  1. Nefs G, Pouwer F, Holt RI, Skovlund S, Hermanns N, Nicolucci A, Peyrot M. Correlates and outcomes of worries about hypoglycemia in family members of adults with diabetes: The second Diabetes Attitudes, Wishes and Needs (DAWN2) study. J Psychosom Res. 2016;89:69-77.
  2. Nicolucci A, Kovacs Burns K, Holt RI, Lucisano G, Skovlund SE, Kokoszka A, Massi Benedetti M, Peyrot M. Correlates of psychological outcomes in people with  diabetes: results from the second Diabetes Attitudes, Wishes and Needs (DAWN2(™)) study. Diabet Med. 2016;33:1194-203.
  3. Kovacs Burns K, Holt RI, Nicolucci A, Lucisano G, Skovlund SE, Comaschi M, Vallis M, Peyrot M. Correlates of psychological outcomes among family members of  people with diabetes in the second Diabetes Attitudes, Wishes and Needs (DAWN2(™)) study. Diabet Med. 2016;33:1184-93
  4. Holt RI, Nicolucci A, Kovacs Burns K, Lucisano G, Skovlund SE, Forbes A, Kalra S, Menéndez Torre E, Munro N, Peyrot M. Correlates of psychological care strategies for people with diabetes in the second Diabetes Attitudes, Wishes and  Needs (DAWN2(™)) study. Diabet Med. 2016;33:1174-83.
  5. Nicolucci A, Massi-Benedetti M, Comaschi M, Vaccaro K, Chiandetti R, Speese K. Rossi MC, Pisanti P. Opinioni, attitudini e aspettative degli infermieri di diabetologia in italia: risultati dello studio DAWN-2. Italian Health Policy Brief. Speciale 2015. ALTIS Ed.
  6. Palmer SC, de Berardis G, Craig JC, Tong A, Tonelli M, Pellegrini F, Ruospo M, Hegbrant J, Wollheim C, Celia E, Gelfman R, Ferrari JN, Törok M, Murgo M, Leal M, Bednarek-Skublewska A, Dulawa J, Strippoli GF. Patient satisfaction with in-centre haemodialysis care: an international survey. BMJ Open. 2014 May 19;4(5):e005020.
  7. Nicolucci A, Kovacs Burns K, Holt RI, Comaschi M, Hermanns N, Ishii H, Kokoszka A, Pouwer F, Skovlund SE, Stuckey H, Tarkun I, Vallis M, Wens J, Peyrot M; DAWN2 Study Group. Diabetes Attitudes, Wishes and Needs second study (DAWN2™): Cross-national benchmarking of diabetes-related psychosocial outcomes for people with diabetes. Diabet Med. 2013;30:767-77.
  8. Holt RI, Nicolucci A, Kovacs Burns K, Escalante M, Forbes A, Hermanns N, Kalra S, Massi-Benedetti M, Mayorov A, Menéndez-Torre E, Munro N, Skovlund SE, Tarkun I, Wens J, Peyrot M; DAWN2 Study Group. Diabetes Attitudes, Wishes and Needs second study (DAWN2™): Cross-national comparisons on barriers and resources for optimal care-healthcare professional perspective. Diabet Med. 2013;30:789-98.
  9. Kovacs Burns K, Nicolucci A, Holt RI, Willaing I, Hermanns N, Kalra S, Wens J, Pouwer F, Skovlund SE, Peyrot M; DAWN2 Study Group. Diabetes Attitudes, Wishes and Needs second study (DAWN2™): Cross-national benchmarking indicators for family members living with people with diabetes. Diabet Med. 2013;30:778-88.
  10. Peyrot M, Burns KK, Davies M, Forbes A, Hermanns N, Holt R, Kalra S, Nicolucci A, Pouwer F, Wens J, Willaing I, Skovlund SE. Diabetes Attitudes Wishes and Needs 2 (DAWN2): a multinational, multi-stakeholder study of psychosocial issues in diabetes and person-centred diabetes care. Diabetes Res Clin Pract. 2013;99:174-84.
  11. Suraci C, Mulas F, Rossi MC, Gentile S, Giorda CB. Management of newly diagnosed patients with type 2 diabetes: what are the attitudes of physicians? A SUBITO!AMD survey on the early diabetes treatment in Italy. Acta Diabetol 2012;49:429-33
  12. Quaglietta A, Nicolucci A, Accorsi P, Pompa A, Pierelli L, Iacone A. Survey of current practice for monitoring and management of platelet refractoriness in Italy. Transfus Apher Sci. 2012;47:271-6.
  13. Franciosi M, Pellegrini F, De Berardis G, Belfiglio M, Di Nardo B, Greenfield S, Kaplan SH, Rossi MCE, Sacco M, Tognoni G, Valentini M, and Nicolucci A, for the Quality of Care and Outcomes in Type 2 Diabetes (QuED) Study Group. Impact of physicians’ beliefs and practices on cholesterol levels in patients with type 2 diabetes: A longitudinal assessment. Am Heart J 2005; 149: 104-111.
  14. Franciosi M, Pellegrini F, De Berardis G, Belfiglio M, Di Nardo B, Greenfield S, Kaplan SH, Sacco M, Tognoni G, Valentini M, Nicolucci A. The QuED Study Group – Quality of Care and Outcomes in Type 2 Diabetes. Correlates of satisfaction for the relationship with their physician in type 2 diabetic patients. Diabetes Res Clin Pract 2004; 66: 277-286.
  15. De Berardis G, Pellegrini F, Franciosi M, Belfiglio M, Di Nardo B, Greenfield S, Kaplan SH, Rossi MCE, Sacco M, Tognoni G, Valentini M, Nicolucci A, The QuED Study Group. Physicians attitudes toward foot care education and foot examination and their correlation with patient practice. Diabetes Care 2004; 27:286-287.
  16. Belfiglio M, De Berardis G, Franciosi M, Cavaliere D, Di Nardo B, Greenfield S, Kaplan H, Pellegrini F, Sacco M, Tognoni G, Valentini M, Nicolucci A. The QuED Study Group – Quality of Care and Outcomes in Type 2 Diabetes The relationship between physicians’ self-reported target fasting blood glucose levels and metabolic control in type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Care 2001; 24:423-9.
  17. The QuED Study Group – Quality of Care and Outcomes in Type 2 Diabetes (Writing Committee and Co-ordinating Centre: Belfiglio M, Cavaliere D, De Berardis G, Carinci F, Di Nardo B, Franciosi M, Pellegrini F, Tognoni G, Nicolucci A). Attitudes of Italian physicians towards intensive metabolic control in Type 2 diabetes. Diabetes, Nutrition & Metabolism 2000; 13: 149-58.
  18. Valentini M, Mari E, Belfiglio M, Nicolucci A. Is adjuvant tamoxifen used optimally in the treatment of breast cancer? Results of an Italian survey. Annals of Oncology 1999; 10: 789-93.
  19. GIVIO (Interdisciplinary Group for Cancer Care Evaluation, Italy – Coordinating center: Alexanian A, Apolone G, Fossati R, Grilli R, Marsoni S, Monferroni N, Nicolucci A, Taiana A, Torri V, Zola P.) Disclosure of breast cancer diagnosis: Patient and physician reports. Annals of Oncology 1991; 2:273-80
  20. Liberati A, Apolone G, Nicolucci A, Confalonieri C, Fossati R, Grilli R, Torri V, MosconiP, Alexanian A. The role of attitudes, beliefs, and personal characteristics of Italian physicians in the surgical treatment of early breast cancer. American Journal of Public Health 1991; 81:38-42.
  21. Nicolucci A, Apolone G, Fossati R, Mosconi P, Confalonieri C, Torri W, Liberati A, on behalf of GIVIO. Survey of treatment of primary breast cancer in Italy. British Journal of Cancer 1988; 57:630-4.