I am now going to read you stories about people's experiences with health care services. I wanted you to think about these people's experiences as if they were your own. Once I have finished reading each story, I will ask you to rate what happened in th estory as very good, good, moderate, bad or very bad.
Use in vignettes country specific female/male first names to match sex of the respondent (with exceptions specified in the "Guide to Administration and Question by Question Specifications").
When [Tamara] was in hospital for two weeks, her family visited her every few days during the evening visiting hours, but she was alone the rest of the day.
There was little to read or do in the hospital . Every few days, the nurses brought her a portable radio to listen to for a few hours.
For[Tamara’s] last hospital stay, how would you rate the ease of having
family and friends visit her?
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.