Physician-reported End-of-life Decision Preferences Survey
The Medical Association of Georgia is collaborating with universities and physician organizations across Europe, North America and Australia on a research study entitled “Physician Reported End-of-life Decision Preferences: a multinational cross-sectional survey study” (PROPEL). We are seeking input from: general practitioners, cardiologists, gastroenterologists, geriatricians, intensive care, oncologists, nephrologists, neurologists, gynecologists, pulmonologists, and palliative care physicians.
The aim of the study is to gain insights:
– into physicians’ personal preferences related to end-of-life decisions
– into the influences on those preferences
– into the connection between personal preferences and clinical practice
We would like to invite you to take part in this study by completing an online questionnaire.
Your participation in this study is highly important to achieve meaningful scientific results. Participation in can be completed through the link below. It will take approximately 10-15 minutes and can be started then finished later.
PROPEL SURVEY LINK – GEORGIA
For questions or concerns please contact:
Sarah Mroz, MPH, MSc
Executive researcher, End-of-Life Care Research Group, VUB & UGent
Bethany Sherrer, JD, MBA, MHA
Director of Government Relations & General Counsel, Medical Association of Georgia
Thank you in advance for your participation.
Anna Skold, MD, MPH
Chief of Palliative Care and Physician Lead for Medical Ethics at the Permanente Medical Group