The PIT Questionnaire can be administered and collected through two different way:
DIRECT: the Questionnaire is introduced directly to people who are going to fill it and the introduction itself does not take less than 5 minutes and no more than 20 minutes. In this case the correct practise is:
INDIRECT: when the Questionnaire is presented to persons who must deliver and collect it from others (for example, teachers need to present it to the families). In this case, an I.S.P.E.F. collaborator must give guidance on how submission of Questionnaires. The procedure the I.S.P.E.F. collaborator should follow is:
explain the purpose of the Questionnaire to individuals who must deliver and collect it;
deliver No. 2 copies of the Questionnaire at school: one for who must fill out the Questionnaire and one who remains on record, so that whatever happens (lost, damaged, etc.) remains a copy available. Photocopied Questionnaires should be numbered so that it can make a correspondence between date and copies those returned.
provide the following directives in the distribution of Questionnaires:
-decide the modalities of delivery of the Questionnaire (see point 3 of the DIRECT);
-if it is not possible to complete the Questionnaire immediately, give a time limit within which the Questionnaire must be completed and returned;
-deliver the Questionnaires to people who have to compile them and explain the purpose of gathering this type of information. If possible, read together and comment as written at the beginning of the Questionnaire.