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Patient Satisfaction with Physiotherapy in Erbil Teaching Hospital, Kurdistan
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Chra Noori Abdulla
Zaid Khalid Hadi
Parez Salah Abdullah
Ramy Romyo Khoshaba
Hanan Abdulsamad Mohsin
Alaa Sardar Majeed
A cross-sectional study
Time of the study:
From 1st May to 1st June 2015
Hawler and Rizgari Teaching Hospitals
A convenience sample of 204 patients’
• A pilot study
• The questionnaire consisted of 23 items
• Two parts = Patient information and Patient satisfaction
Direct Interview using a specially designed Questionnaire
• Approved by Department of Community Medicine
• Privacy of each patient
• Verbal informed consent
• SPSS 22.0
• Chi square test
• P value ≤ 0.05 (statistically significant)