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MSK Standardised Dataset Survey

The primary aim of the survey is to reach consensus on the minimum dataset (core outcome set) that should be collected across Musculoskeletal (MSK) community and primary care services in order to enable effective service evaluation and benchmarking.


Our musculoskeletal (MSK) research team at Keele University is asking people who work in/manage or have recent experience of receiving MSK care within a community or primary care MSK setting (e.g. GP Practice, Physiotherapy Clinic) to complete this short survey to help us finalise a short-list for a standardised dataset for routine MSK service evaluation and benchmarking.

Please note by clicking 'next' to commence the survey you are consenting to take part in the study.


Participant Information Leaflet: Clinician/Professional

Participant Information Leaflet: Patient/Service User


There are 34 questions in this survey.
This survey is anonymous.

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