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DI Survey Questions

Thank you for your interest in DI-App! As part of this launch, we invite you to complete a short survey to help us get a better understanding of your practice, management of common clinical scenarios, and factors that are important to you when using decision aids. The survey should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete.

Years of Practice:

    Please select at least one value

How is your MAIN patient care setting organized?
(Note that a solo or group practice could also include another health professional who does not have her/his own caseload).

With respect to your MAIN patient care/practice setting, describe the population PRIMARILY served by you in your practice.

Main Practice Setting:

On average, how many patients do you see per day
(include both office and hospital encounters)?

patients per day

Have you ever used a mobile application (App) for your
medical practice ?

Have you ever used a mobile application (App) to help you
decide when to send my patient for imaging:

How did you hear about DI-App ?

Select all that apply

Please rate your confidence in managing patients
who report the following: (Linked to 3-Month survey)

Extremely confident



Lack of confidence

Total lack of confidence

Low back pain

Knee Pain


Symptoms suggestive of stroke of TIA

How important is it that a decision-aid supports you in
the following:

Extremely important

Very important

Moderately important

Slightly important

Not at all important

Identifying red flags

Decision to refer for diagnostic imaging

Decision to refer for treatment

Delivering self-management advice to patients

Satisfying patient expectations

Adhering to evidence-based considerations

A 52-year-old woman presents with history of chronic back pain that has increased significantly in severity over the last 2 weeks making it difficult to function. She has no history of red flags or yellow flags. She does not have any localizing neurologic symptoms or abnormal findings on neurologic examination.

What would you do?

How confident are you in your decision?

A 38-year-old woman presents with pulsatile, unilateral headaches that occur twice a month. The headaches typically last between 4 and 5 hours and are disabling to the point that she has to lie down and go to sleep. She has no red flags suggesting a secondary headache. The history also does not suggest any worrisome features. The neurologic examination is entirely normal.

What would you do?

How confident are you in your decision?

An 81-year-old woman presents with a 3 day history of pain in her left knee with swelling; she is unable to move the knee. She says it acutely swelled up over 1 day. She is unable to walk and is using a cane. She has a history of degenerative disc disease. There was no trauma and no fall. There is no redness or warmth. An effusion is not appreciated: She has pain on compression of the patella compartment and medial joint line. The ligaments are intact.

What would you do?

How confident are you in your decision?

A 61-year-old man presents with history of slurred speech two weeks ago along with some weakness in his right arm. The symptoms lasted 1-2 minutes. He has no persistent symptoms. On examination, his vital signs are normal and the neurological examination is unremarkable. He has no history of hypertension or diabetes.

What is the patient's risk of experiencing a subsequent
TIA/stroke event?

How confident are you in your decision?