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Quality of life interview.

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Introduction

Methodology Quality of Life Interview For this survey to be completed, the following equipment is needed, 1. The survey sheet 2. A pen/pencil 3. 10 people to question 10 members of the public are needed for you to ask them to answer 6 questions. ...read more.

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The 6 questions are: - 1. Your house 2. Number/type/quality of shops in the area. 3. Friendliness of the area 4. Your personal security and safety 5. The appearance and tidiness of the area 6. ...read more.

Conclusion

When you have asked 10 member of the public, total them up in the Total column, and then do an overall total out of 100 at the bottom of the sheet. Make sure to get a mixture of males and females at different age ranges so the survey is not bias and all the views of the public are considered. ...read more.

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