Vitalize: A Physician Wellness App
42% of physicians report experiencing burnout, and with such high rates of burnout, a high performing healthcare system is not possible. Vitalize will be the first mobile-based wellness intervention designed for physicians. Vitalize will directly engage with the physician to effectively promote the incorporation of literature-proven wellness strategies into their busy schedules.
We would love to hear your feedback on our idea. Your insight will help us during our development phase, allowing us to produce a product that will be effective, user-friendly, and engaging. The survey should only take about 3 minutes. All responses will be kept kept anonymous and confidential. Thank you in advance for your input.
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Micro-minute tasks are short wellness activities that you can integrate into your daily workday to improve productivity and daily mood. Which of the following literature-backed micro-minute tasks would you be interested in seeing on the app?
Deep breathing exercises
Guided meditation tracks
Reminder for a walk
Reminder to drink water
Guided stretching exercises
Resilience is an important trait for physicians as it allows them to respond to stress in a healthy way while also growing stronger. Which of the following literature-backed features to promote physician resilience would you like to see on the app?
Ability to maintain a reflection journal
Seeing your personal mission statement (your "Why Medicine") when you open the app
Reflection exercises to promote meaning in work and job satisfaction
Notification links to stories from grateful patients
Reminder to smile
Encouraging text messages
Option to send an encouraging note to a coworker
Reminder to call or text a loved one
Would you like to see a space dedicated for educational resources, videos, and articles regarding physician wellness on the app?
Vitalize hopes to be very customizable so that it can cater to every physician's specific wants, needs, and interests. Which of the following customizability features would you like to see on the app?
Option to enable push notifications (to serve as reminders to complete activity)
A snooze/remind me later button
Option to choose frequency at which reminder notifications are received
Option to rate satisfaction after an activity (allows app to promote user's favorite habits)
Option to set time at which reminder notifications are received
Integration with your google calendar to automate notifications based on when you are free
Many existing habit tracker apps contain elements that allow users to track their progress and goals. Which of the following features would you like to see in this app?
Weekly reports of exercises completed
Positive reinforcement after the completion of an activity
Streaks (when the user meets their goals on consecutive days/weeks)
The ability to view your favorite habits in the form of a chart
Many existing habit tracker apps follow a social media template that allows users to share updates and follow the progress of other users. Which of the following "physician community" features would you be interested in seeing?
Option to create a profile account
Option to 'friend' other physicians to follow their progress updates
A public forum to openly discuss issues related to wellness, stress, and burnout
An anonymous forum to privately express concerns related to wellness, stress, and burnout
Would you be interested in seeing a cognitive behavioral therapy chatbot that is specific for physicians with burnout-related concerns?
If the app included all the features that you are potentially interested in, as indicated in the previous questions, would you download this application and give it a try?
Do you believe that this app will be of value in your personal and professional life?
Would you be interested in helping us test the product during our development phase?
Any additional feedback or ideas? Any questions?
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