COVID-19 Lessons Learned Survey

ALBERT EINSTEIN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

You are being asked to be in this research study on physicians’ perceptions of caring for patients with COVID-19 and lessons learned. This study is designed to learn more about physician perceptions of caring for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic in order to inform patient care in this pandemic and the anticipated second wave (expected in fall 2020).

The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

You have a choice about being in this study. If you decide to take part, you are free to stop participating at any time without giving a reason.

You may feel uncomfortable answering questions about your thoughts on caring for patients with COVID-19. You can choose not to answer questions that make you feel uncomfortable.

Possible discomforts or risks include discomfort writing about your experiences with caring for patients with COVID-19. There may be risks the researchers have not thought of.

It will not cost you anything to be in this study, and you will not experience any direct benefit personally from participating. However, we hope you will participate because the study will generate important information about caring for patients with COVID-19 both in cities still expecting a surge of cases in this first wave and in the anticipated second wave.

Every effort will be made to protect your privacy and confidentiality by keeping survey results confidential in a password-protected file.

The researcher in charge of this project is called the “Principal Investigator.” Her name is Dr. Cristina Gonzalez. If you have questions, you can call Dr. Gonzalez, at 718-904-2400. You can call and ask questions at any time.

You may have questions about your rights as someone in this study. If you have
questions, you can call the Einstein Institutional Review Board. Their number is 718-430-2237.

We know you are busy, please just answer the questions that are relevant to your experience caring for patients with COVID (and the demographic questions too, please!). 

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* 1. Have you treated patients in an epicenter and/or hot-spot?

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* 2. Have you taken care of patients with COVID?

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* 3. If yes, select all that apply

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* 4. Age

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* 5. Gender

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* 6. Do you consider yourself Latino/a/x?

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* 7. Race

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* 8. What year did you graduate medical school?

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* 9. Primary clinical specialty

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* 10. Role assumed during COVID pandemic

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* 11. City and State where you cared for patients

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* 12. If you can go back in time to before the first patients with COVID presented to your healthcare setting, what advice would you give to yourself regarding physician education to manage patients with COVID effectively?

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* 13. If you can go back in time to before the first patients with COVID presented to your healthcare setting, what advice would you give to yourself regarding discharge panning/transitions of care?

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* 14. If you can go back in time to before the first patients with COVID presented to your healthcare setting, what advice would you give to yourself regarding unanticipated consequences of COVID-specific polices within the healthcare system?

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* 15. If you can go back in time to before the first patients with COVID presented to your healthcare setting, what advice would you give to yourself regarding unanticipated consequences of COVID-specific local government policies?

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* 16. Seeing what you have seen up to now, what mental health issues should we prepare for in the community?

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* 17. Seeing what you have seen up to now, what mental health issues should we prepare for among front-line workforce?

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* 18. What are some measures that you took in anticipation that worked very well (including for your own well-being)?

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* 19. What are some measures that you took in anticipation that did not work so well?

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* 20. What are some measures that your healthcare system took in anticipation that worked very well (including for your own well-being)?

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* 21. What are some measures that your healthcare system took in anticipation that did not work so well (including for your own well-being)?

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* 22. Is there anything else you would like to share to help future patients and/or providers?

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