Kamilla Razik

Research Officer

K.Razik@kent.ac.uk
01227 824967

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Research Interests

Kamilla Razik is a Research Assistant at the Personal Social Services Research Unit at the University of Kent. She is a member of the Quality and Outcomes of person centred care (QORU) policy Research Unit, and a member of the Adult Social Care Outcomes Toolkit (ASCOT) research and support team. Kamilla's research interests focus on applied outcomes-based management in social care, using social care-related quality of life data in policy and practice, including performance, quality improvement, and care planning. Kamilla is currently involved in the project aiming to validate the Easy Read version of the ASCOT with adults with learning disabilities and/or autism. She is also involved in cognitive testing of the electronic version of the Easy Read ASCOT. In addition, Kamilla has worked on translations of the service user and carer versions of ASCOT into Japanese, German and Finnish, and a translation of the service user ASCOT into Dutch. To access Kamilla's Google Scholar profile, please click here: http://scholar.google.co.uk/scholar?hl=en&q=kamilla+razik&btnG=&as_sdt=1%2C5&as_sdtp=

Kamilla Razik's Publications

Journal Articles

Journal Article

Dutch translation and cross-cultural validation of the Adult Social Care Outcomes Toolkit (ASCOT) (2015)

Van Leeuwen K, Bosmans J, Jansen A, Rand S, Towers A, Smith N, Razik K, Trukeschitz B, van Tulder M, van der Horst H, Ostelo R

Health and Quality of Life Outcomes , 13:56

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DP or working papers

DP or working paper

Factor structure and construct validity of the easy-read Adult Social Care Outcomes Toolkit (ASCOT-ER) (2017)

Rand S, Towers A, Razik K, Turnpenny A, Bradshaw J, Caiels J, Smith N

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DP or working paper

How can MAX help local authorities to use social care data to inform local policy? Maximising the value of survey data in adult social care [MAX] project. Executive Summary (2015)

Heath C, Malley J, Razik K, Jones K, Forder J, Fox D, Caiels J, Beecham J

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Further analysis of ASCS and PSS SACE data: Case studies of local authority (LA) practice (2015)

Heath C, Razik K, Jones K, Beecham J, Forder J, Malley J

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How can MAX help local authorities to use social care data to inform local policy? (Infographic) (2015)

Al-Tahhan, Nat

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How can MAX help local authorities to use social care data to inform local policy? (Executive summary) (2015)

Heath C, Malley J, Razik K, Jones K, Forder J, Fox D, Caiels J, Beecham J

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DP or working paper

How can MAX help local authorities to use social care data to inform local policy? Maximising the value of survey data in adult social care [MAX] project (2015)

Heath C, Malley J, Razik K, Jones K, Forder J, Fox D, Caiels J, Beecham J

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DP or working paper

Review of factors important in use of survey data for quality and performance improvement: Report from literature review (2014)

Razik K, Beecham J

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Conference presentation outputs

Conference presentation output

How do people make decisions about ‘best’ and ‘worst’ quality of life states? A qualitative exploration of best-worst scaling responses to the ASCOT measure of care-related quality of life (2016)

Batchelder L, Malley J, Razik K, Forder J

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Conference presentation output

How do people make decisions about ‘best’ and ‘worst’ quality of life states? A qualitative exploration of best-worst scaling responses to the ASCOT measure of care-related quality of life (2016)

Batchelder L, Malley J, Razik K, Forder J

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Blogs

Blog

Meeting local information needs with ASCS and PSS SACE data (Blog) (2015)

Heath C, Malley J, Razik K, Jones K, Forder J, Caiels J, Beecham J

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