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Comments and Feedback
The staff of the center has recently spent a lot of time and effort in revising this manual. However, we realize that those who are actively reading and using the manual can improve it. As a part of our program of continuous quality improvement, we ask you to help guide our efforts to improve the manual.
In the next section of the chapter are two forms. The first form is an overview by chapter that seeks to identify those areas of the manual that could benefit the most from additional work. We also seek to identify any major areas of concern that have not been addressed.
The second section is a more focused questionnaire that has as its goal the specific items that should be targeted. For example, should an item be added to the glossary or the definition changed. Should a drug be added to the discussion of bowel programs?
The more specific the comments are the more likely that we will be able to make the improvements that form the basis of your idea. By communicating with the Regional Spinal Cord Injury Center of the Delaware Valley, however, users grant us permissionto use any information, suggestions, ideas, drawings or concents communicated for any purpose we choose, commercial, public or otherwise, without compensation or acknowledgement whatsoever.
Thank you for taking the time to assist us in improving this manual. Sincerely,
SCI Manual Committee Regional Spinal Cord Injury Center of the Delaware Valley Thomas Jefferson University Hospital 132 S. 10th Street 375 Main Building Philadelphia, PA 19107
Recommended CitationThomas Jefferson University Hospital and Magee Rehabilitation, "Comments and Feedback-Spinal Cord Injury Manual" (2009). Spinal Cord Injury Manual (English). Manual 19.
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