New to ASCOT?
We’ve made some videos to help you understand the tools and decide which one is right for you.
Which ASCOT tool?
Measuring the outcomes of people who struggle with self-report
Many social care users struggle with self-report methods, such as questionnaires or structured interviews. In this NIHR School for Social Care Research presentation, Ann-Marie takes you through how we’ve tried to tackle this issue with ASCOT.
Measuring the outcomes of care home residents
Most care home residents cannot self-report. We’ve developed a mixed-methods approach to measuring care home residents’ SCRQoL. This short video discusses our mixed methods approach.
Wondering what the value of the mixed-methods approach is?
In this presentation, given at the NIHR 5th Annual Statistics Conference (June 2021), Ann-Marie explores the feasibility of the mixed-methods approach using data from two care home studies.
Here’s an example of how CH4 data has been used to explore the relationship between care home quality and residents’ SCRQoL:
If you are a Care Provider and are interested in using ASCOT in your care homes, see information we have for Care Providers.