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

* 2. What other journals do you regularly read?

* 3. Compared with other psychiatry and neuroscience journals, how would you rank JPN?

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

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

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

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Published in JPN

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

* 8. How do you prefer to read JPN?

* 9. If you are a regular reader of the print journal, would you continue to read JPN if it were available online only on jpn.ca?

* 10. Please rate the value of the following features on jpn.ca.

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

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* 13. In what region do you live?

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

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

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

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