* 1. How many issues of CJS have you read or looked through in the past 12 months?

* 2. What other journals do you regularly read?

* 3. Compared with the journals listed in the previous question, how would you rank CJS?

  Below average Slightly below average Average Slightly above average Above average
Interest
Quality of research
Clinical impact
Timeliness

* 4. How frequently do you read the following sections of CJS?

  Never Sometimes Often Very often Always
Table of contents
Editorial
Commentaries
History of surgery
Review
Research
Discussions in surgery
Letters to the editor
Supplements (meeting abstracts)

* 5. How would you rate the value of the following sections of CJS?

  Not at all important Somewhat important Important Very important
Table of contents
Editorial
Commentaries
History of surgery
Review
Research
Discussions in surgery
Letters to the editor
Supplements (meeting abstracts)

* 6. In the past two years, how many articles have you:

  None 1–2 3–4 5–7 8–10 > 10
Published in any journal
Submitted to CJS
Published in CJS

* 7. If you have submitted an article to CJS, how would you rate your experience from submission to publication of your work?

* 8. How do you like to access CJS content (please check all that apply)?

* 9. Please rate the value of the following features on canjsurg.ca.

  Not at all useful Somewhat useful Useful Very useful
Search tool
Topic collections
Instructions for authors
Issues by date
Articles in press
Top viewed articles
Canadian surgery news
Debate and consensus
Submit an eLetter

* 10. Is your department of surgery a member of the CJS Academic Program?

* 11. Are you a (please check all that apply)

* 12. In what region do you live?

* 13. Age

* 14. Please use the space below to present suggestions to improve CJS (e.g., topics you would like to see, website features, etc.).

* 15. Are you a member of the Canadian Medical Association?

* 16. Did you know that Joule Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of the Canadian Medical Association, owns and publishes CJS?

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