Invitation to participate in a survey of Australian and New Zealand intensive care doctors' perception of quality of life, health and learning in the year leading up to the First Part or Second Part assessment run by the College of Intensive Care Medicine.
We are writing you to participate in a survey regarding your experience of quality of life, health and learning in the year leading up to the CICM First Part or Second Part examinations.
The preparation for the College examination is a demanding period in our training. We want to conduct a survey to get better insight in candidates' perception of the changes in quality of life and health as well as the impact of learning during the preparation phase.
We invite successful candidates from the First Part and/or Second Part CICM examination from the first sitting in 2014 until the second sitting in 2016 included to participate. The survey aims to capture subjective perception of quality of life and health measures in the year leading up to these specialist examinations.
Due to the nature of the topic, some questions can be very personal and/or potentially discomforting. Providing answers to individual questions is entirely on a voluntary basis. You can skip questions if you don’t want to/cannot answer them.
The survey takes approximately 25 minutes to complete. Participation in this study is voluntary. They survey is anonymous and you will not be asked to provide your name.
Please click on the following link to access the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2BW5CMS
The closing date for the survey is 15/03/2017.
We thank you for your time and participation. The results of the survey may have implications for support to future exam candidates and may influence medical professionals involved in the development, organisation or conduction of examinations.
If you have any questions regarding the survey, please contact Dr Resy van Beek via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Resy van Beek