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* 1. Which Clinic/Hospital do you work at?

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* 2. How old are you?

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* 3. Marital Status 

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* 4. In what service do you work? 

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* 5. You are a professional of: 

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* 6. How many years professional experience in healthcare do you have?

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* 7. How many years experience do you have in your current position?

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* 8. For each of the following types of discrimination, could you tell us if, in your opinion, it is widespread, quite widespread, quite rare, or very rare in our country?

  Very widespread  Fairly widespread  Quite rare  Very rare
Ethnic origin 
Gender 
Gender identity (transsexual or transgender)
Sexual orientation 
Age 
Religion or belief 
Disability 
Being older than 55 
Homelessness 

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* 9. If you compare the situation with 5 years ago, would you say that the following types of discrimination are more common or less common in our country? 

  Very widespread  Fairly widespread  Quite rare  Very rare 
Ethnic origin 
Gender 
Gender Identity (transsexual or transgender) 
Sexual orientation 
Age
Religion or belief 
Disability 
Being older than 55
Homelessness 

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* 10. Some people may experience discrimination for more than one of these characteristics. This type of discrimination is known as "multiple discrimination". Could you tell us, if in your opinion, in our country multiple discrimination is...? 

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* 11. Have you had any training on hate violence or hate crime? 

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* 12. How have you acquired such training?

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* 13. What would you say your level of knowledge is on hate violence/hate crime?

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* 14. In your service, is there a common simple definition/nomenclature used to record hate violence and its monitoring?

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* 15. Is there a protocol for the detection of hate violence?

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* 16. How often have you encountered aggression or hate violence in your professional practice?  

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* 17. Could you tell us an estimated number of approximate hate aggressions that you have found in your professional practice in the last year?

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* 18. In your professional practice, what type of hate violence is most frequently encountered? Violence due to: [choose just one answer] 

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* 19. Are the police made aware by the health services of the possible existence of a case of hate violence? 

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* 20. When a possible aggression or hate violence is detected, which of the following data are recorded?

  Yes  No 
Data of the victim 
Motivation for the crime (gender, age, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, disability etc)
Type of violence exerted on the victim 
Description of type and severity of physical injuries 
Description of the location of the lesions 
Reference to the psychological state of the victim 
Therapeutic measures performed 
Reasons for the incident 
Place, date and time of the incident 
Perception of the victim(s)
Resolution or derivation of the case 
Description of the aggressors 
Possible witnesses 
Relationship between the victim and the aggressor
Reference to previous or repeated aggressions 
Data of the doctor who provides assistance 
Companions of the victim at the health services 
N/A - not encountered hate crime in my professional practice 

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* 21. In general, victims of hate violence/crime that you have encountered: Do they usually go to health services by themselves/ on their own initiative or are they referred/accompanied by a service/professional?

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* 22. In general, how much time has passed since the assault or incident is committed until the individual goes to the health services? 

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* 23. How often do you think patients tend to report hate attacks? 

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* 24. What do you think are the reasons for the victims not to report the aggressions? [Multiple choice of reasons in order of priority: 1, 2 and 3]

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* 25. What would you say are the most frequent physical consequences of hate violence? 

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* 26. In addition to physical injuries, what do you consider to be the three most common psychological consequences for victims? [Multiple choice of three reasons in order of priority]

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* 27. Where would you say hate violence occurs most often? [Multiple choice of three reasons, in order of priority]

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* 28. Do you think that legislation is sufficient and effective to prevent hate violence? 

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* 29. I consider that the detection capacity of health services for hate violence is: 

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* 30. How do you think the health services could improve detection of hate crimes? [Order of priority]

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* 31. Do you consent to the use of your answers in this anonymous questionnaire for our research?

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* 32. Would you consent to an interview with the researcher on this project to discuss your experience on this topic further? If yes, please leave an email address so we can get in touch. 

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