Using the CSNAT in practice
The CSNAT has been used as a practice intervention in a variety of settings and services to include hospice at home services, day therapy/services, clinical nurse specialist teams, inpatient units, and outpatient clinics.
As of July 2020, 85 organisations hold practice licences in the UK, plus another 83 organisations in 11 other countries, including Australia (42 licences), Canada (regional umbrella license), China, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, Taiwan ROC and USA.
Using the CSNAT in a research study
A total of 58 organisations from 26 countries have applied for 73 licences for research studies to identify carers’ unmet needs, including in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Greenland, Iceland, India, Ireland, Italy, Lebanon, Netherlands, Norway, Philippines, Portugal, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, UK and USA.
The CSNAT has been translated into 15 languages including Brazilian Portuguese, Cantonese, Danish, Dutch, French, French Canadian, German, Icelandic, Italian, Mandarin, Norwegian, Portuguese, Sami, Swedish, and Turkish.
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