Managing End-of-Life Conversations
Thank you for taking this brief survey! This survey can take approximately 4-5 minutes (depending on how much you decide to put in the short answers). Responses are anonymous.

TRIGGER WARNING.
Please note: as this is a survey about end-of-life, some participants may find these questions triggering. If you are a student at the University of Michigan, and are looking for resources, please consider reaching out to the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS): https://caps.umich.edu/.

1. Are you currently, or can you foresee yourself becoming, a primary caregiver for a loved one? *
2. What type of help would you want when making end-of-life health-related decisions for yourself or a loved one? (Check all that apply. If you select "other," please explain). *
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3. If you had to make end-of-life healthcare decisions for yourself or a loved one today, would you know where to start? *
4. How likely are you to initiate conversations about end-of-life healthcare decisions, either for yourself or a loved one? *
Not likely. I'll never initiate this conversation.
Very likely. I will not hesitate to initiate this conversation.
5. How likely are you to avoid conversations about end-of-life healthcare decisions, either for yourself or a loved one? *
Not likely. I will always welcome these conversations.
Very likely. I will avoid these conversations at all costs.
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