6th Global Symposium on Health Systems Research On November 8, 2020, Prof. Virginia Wiseman (LSHTM; UNSW, Sydney) and I co-led a *live* skill-building session called Using Standardised Patients to Measure Quality of Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries. The schedule, the recording of the session, and a (no longer) active Q&A can be found on the Symposium's platform online: https://hsr2020.healthsystemsresearch.org/program.
Resources for Implementing the Standardized Patient Method
How to do (or not to do)… using the standardized patient method to measure clinical quality of care in LMIC health facilities. Health Policy and Planning. 2019 Oct 1;34(8):625-34. Authors: King JJ, Das J, Kwan A, Daniels B, Powell-Jackson T, Makungu C, Goodman C.
Use of standardised patients for healthcare quality research in low-and middle-income countries. BMJ global health. 2019 Sep 1;4(5):e001669. Authors: Kwan A, Daniels B, Bergkvist S, Das V, Pai M, Das J.
Xu DR, Hu M, He W, Liao J, Cai Y, Sylvia S, Hanson K, Chen Y, Pan J, Zhou Z, Zhang N. Assessing the quality of primary healthcare in seven Chinese provinces with unannounced standardised patients: protocol of a cross-sectional survey. BMJ open. 2019 Feb 1;9(2):e023997.
Liao J, Chen Y, Cai Y, Zhan N, Sylvia S, Hanson K, Wang H, Wasserheit JN, Gong W, Zhou Z, Pan J. Using smartphone-based virtual patients to assess the quality of primary healthcare in rural China: protocol for a prospective multicentre study. BMJ open. 2018 Jul 1;8(7):e020943.