ECMC Sample Management Guidance Document Evaluation Form
To ensure the sample management guidance document is as informative and
practical as possible for our ECMC community, we would appreciate your feedback
on what you feel the strengths and unaddressed areas are in the current version and
any relevant points we should consider in drafting future guidance documents.
Please complete the below form and/or relevant questions, as appropriate and return
Thank you in advance for providing your feedback and for taking the time to
complete the evaluation form.
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1. Considering the aims of the current guidance, how do you rate the
educational element and practicality of the document, overall? Please
evaluate both aspects of the document, indicating their relevance (1 the least
to 5 the most) and the reasons for your choices directly below:
Practical and/or easy to follow
2. Do you feel the document was appropriately tailored for research nurses
and/or junior laboratory scientists? Please give reasons for your responses
3. Which of the below section/s did you find most informative and why? Please
indicate your preferences by ticking any relevant boxes indicated on the
left and the reasons for your choices directly below.
1. The principles of Sample Handling and General Guidance
2. Sample Handling – key processes
3. Sample Preparation
4. Sample Management – safe handling
5. Sample Management – sample processing for nurses
6. Coding, tracking and quality assurance
7. Transportation and Storage
8. Data Storage
9. Summary Guidance and Conclusion
10. Flowchart for Nurses
11. Flowchart for Laboratory Staff
12. Checklist for Nurses
13. General Checklist for Laboratory Staff
4. Based on the current content, do you feel you could recommend the guidance
document to your colleagues and why/not do you feel this would be a
beneficial resource? Please provide any relevant details below, as
5. How do you feel we could improve on the current version of the document?
Outlining any relevant examples on how we could tailor the content
accordingly, or any other relevant perspectives.
6. Are there any separate items, scientific/disease areas you feel are outside the
scope of the current guidance, but warrant further addressing? Please do
provide any relevant feedback with regards to future activities that
could benefit your ECMC peers.