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Please help us improve your readership experience by answering the following questions in this online survey. Thank you.

1. Why do you read Chironian? (Rank in order of importance 1= most important, 5= least important)

  1 most important 2 3 4 5 least important
News about alumni
News about the College, its activities & progress
News about students, faculty, leadership
Trends in research and medical education
Other

* 2. How much of each issue do you read?

* 3. Please rate how much you agree or disagree with the following statements:
(1= strongly disagree, 5= strongly agree)

  1 strongly disagree 2 3 4 5 strongly agree
The articles are interesting, informative and accurate
The layout and design make it easy to read
Chironian keeps me up to date on my fellow alumni
Chironian keeps me informed about campus events and the state of the university
Chironian is one way to learn about trends in research and medical education
The articles provide a good balance of the technical and personal

* 4. Please rank from 1 to 5 which sections of Chironian interest you the most (1= most interest, 5 = least interest)

  1 most interest 2 3 4 5 least interest
Research Articles
Personality Profile
Student Feature
Fellowship or Residency Program Spotlight
Other Features (E.g., Social Media in Medicine, The Response to Superstorm Sandy, etc.)
Milestones (notes from each graduating class)
Alumni Profiles

5. On a scale of 1 to 5 (1= very well, 5 = not well at all) rank each of the following for how well Chironian keeps you informed about:

  1 very well 2 3 4 5 not well at all
News about alumni
News about the College, its activities & progress
News about students, faculty, leadership
Trends in research and medical education
Other

* 6. Currently Chironian comes out twice a year. Subscribers also receive an Annual/Donor report once a year. Do you find this rate of contact from NYMC to be:

* 7. How do you prefer to receive your copy of Chironian?

* 8. Which best describes your relationship to New York Medical College?

* 9. Preferred method of keeping in touch with NYMC:

* 10. If you could change one thing about Chironian, what would it be?

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