Physician surveys are an essential tool for learning about various current concerns in modern health care, such as practice patterns, medical ethics, health care economics, etc.
Historically, the most common method of collecting survey data from physicians and other busy healthcare professionals has been through postal surveys. In recent years, however, internet-based questionnaires have emerged as a viable option for collecting physician surveys. The number of web-based physician surveys published in the professional literature is increasing.
For both investigators and respondents, online surveys provide a variety of advantages. Traditional mail questionnaires may be fielded more rapidly and at a lower cost. They may also be more convenient to complete for many busy practitioners....Read More