Overview & Questions

A few months ago we introduced "Pediatric Partners", a newsletter for primary care physicians. The purpose of this newsletter is to keep you up to date about CHOP access initiatives, program and clinical updates, new CHOP staff, educational opportunities etc. We'd like to make sure we are providing content that is interesting and useful to you and get your opinion on some new ideas. Please take a few minutes to answer these quick questions.

We greatly value and appreciate your feedback. Thank you.

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* 1. Please rate your overall satisfaction with "Pediatric Partners" (4 = very satisfied, 1 = not satisfied at all)

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* 2. Please rate your interest in the following content areas (4 = very interested, 1 = not interested at all)

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Feature at the top of the newsletter - February 2014 edition included "The Importance of Outcomes"
For Your Patients - February 2014 edition included "Save the Date for Motility Education Day: April 13, 2014"
Program and Clinical Updates
Clinical Guidelines
Access Updates - tools to help your patients & your office access CHOP services more easily
People & Places - new staff & services
Professional Education - CME & other educational events

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* 3. Please rate your interest in a new feature we are considering, "Specialists Speak" (we definitely need a catchy new name if you'd like to make a suggestion for that too).

This section will feature a specific subspecialist providing tips / pearls about a specific pediatric diagnosis or problem that is commonly seen in their practice and yours. Example might include - For patients on Proton Pump Inhibitors, what medications interfere with absorption (4 = very interested, 1 = not interested at all)

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* 4. Please rate your interest in an "Ask the Expert" feature. We would solicit questions from readers and then have one of the CHOP specialists answer the question in a future edition. (4 = very interested, 1 = not interested at all)

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* 5. Please provide any additional suggestions or comments about "Pediatric Partners".

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