Adults Age 25-45 Can Partake in a Survey and Ultimately Advance the Medical World.
Participants needed for a study examining patient-doctor relationships and how adequately informed patients are by their physicians.
In this study, researchers are looking for participants that are between the ages of 25 and 45. Patients are expected to have had a past or current prescription medication. Researchers are looking to find what patients define “adequately informed” as and judge if patients were adequately informed by their physicians by their own standard of “adequate”.
Participants will take a survey with a time allotment of about 20 minutes. The survey is a series of 12 open response questions looking for details about personal patient-doctor relationships, personal symptom description, and how each participant defines being adequately informed. The survey will be submitted through Google forms. All personal information will be confidential data and you will be categorized as code numbers.
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