Dataset for "A consensus building study to define the role of a ‘clinical’ pharmacy technician in a Primary Care Network environment in England"

Quantitative and qualitative responses from three surveys administered via Online Surveys as part of a Delphi process. The subject of the surveys was defining the role of a 'clinical' pharmacy technician using Likert scale quantitative and qualitative responses.

The purpose behind data collection was to create a set of criteria to define the role of a 'clinical' pharmacy technician across a number of pharmacy sectors. The contributors had collective occupational and policy expertise of the topic.

Keywords:
Pharmacy technician, role description, consensus method, Delphi
Subjects:
Education

Cite this dataset as:
Street, K., 2022. Dataset for "A consensus building study to define the role of a ‘clinical’ pharmacy technician in a Primary Care Network environment in England". Bath: University of Bath Research Data Archive. Available from: https://doi.org/10.15125/BATH-01134.

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Raw dataset in Excel workbook

Creators

Kerry Street
University of Bath

Contributors

Andrea Taylor
Supervisor
University of Bath

University of Bath
Rights Holder

Documentation

Data collection method:

This research required the participation of a panel who were occupational and policy experts on the topic, they were purposefully recruited to the study. Content for the surveys was created from literature searches and panel feedback. The Delphi method was used, three Rounds of surveys were distributed via the online platform 'Online Surveys'. The raw data presents the responses from each contributor by question, including both the quanitiative (Likert response) and qualitative comments using free-text boxes. The data has been downloaded from the Online Surveys platform and should be interpreted as the full responses from each of the contributors for each of the three survey rounds. For the purpose of the study summary statistics were summated for the criteria included in each round. An inductive approach was used to group the qualitative data, identifying key comments and themes to support the interpretation of the quantitative ranking data.

Data processing and preparation activities:

Data has been anonymised.

Technical details and requirements:

Microsoft Excel required to view the data

Additional information:

Data has been downloaded from Online Survey platform organised by question.

Documentation Files

2. Topic Area … Kerry Street.pdf
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Topic area and Delphi process guide for participants

Templates

3. Round 1 … Kerry Street.pdf
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Round 1 survey template

4. Round 2 … Kerry Street.pdf
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Round 2 survey template

5. Round 3 … Kerry Street.pdf
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Round 3 survey template

Legal and Ethical Documents

6. Consent … Kerry Street.pdf
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Consent form wording

1. Participant … Kerry Street.pdf
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Participant information sheet

Funders

Self-funded

Publication details

Publication date: 1 November 2022
by: University of Bath

Version: 1

Alternative title: Dataset for article: A consensus building study to define the role of a ‘clinical’ pharmacy technician in a Primary Care Network environment in England

DOI: https://doi.org/10.15125/BATH-01134

URL for this record: https://researchdata.bath.ac.uk/id/eprint/1134

Related papers and books

Street, K., and Taylor, A., n.d. A consensus building study to define the role of a ‘clinical’ pharmacy technician in a Primary Care Network environment in England. In: International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1093/ijpp/riac077.

Contact information

Please contact the Research Data Service in the first instance for all matters concerning this item.

Contact person: Kerry Street

Departments:

Life Sciences
Pharmacy & Pharmacology