Building Trust to Reduce Health Disparities Survey
NPAF is hosting our Fall 2019 Policy Consortium, Trust Your Patient. Trust Your Provider. Building Trust to Reduce Health Disparities on November 13, 2019 from 8:30 am - 2:30 pm at the Newseum. A centerpiece of the consortium will be a presentation about a recent survey of the patients the Patient Advocate Foundation serves about what they have experienced during their interaction with their health care teams and delivery system.
We also want to hear about your experiences. Please take the short survey below to share with us your opinion on how trust and identity has impacted your care and what we can do to improve the health system.
For more information about the event please visit our website:
What are the most important things health care providers can do to create a safe, trusting clinical environment?
What are the barriers that prevent the creation of mutual, two-way trust between people and their health care providers?
What are the most important things patients/caregivers can do to create mutual trust with their providers?
If you’ve ever felt unfairly or negatively treated by your healthcare team because of your identity please choose why. Check all that apply.
Your race or ethnicity
Challenges with language, not speaking English
Your sexual orientation
Your gender identity/expression
Your income or ability to pay
Your education level
One or more of your physical traits
Your age (being older or younger)
Your sex (being a male or female)
Related to your disease or condition
Share Your Story In Depth!
Thank you for participating in our short survey. We know that there is more that you can share about your experiences and you deserve to be heard. Please visit our site to share your full story with us:
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