Attitudes and Perceptions of Medical Students and Surgical Residents Towards the Field of Solid Organ Transplantation
The results from this survey will be used to analyze the attitudes and perceptions of surgical residents and medical students towards entering the field of solid organ transplant. This survey is also designed to assess the impact of transplant exposure upon knowledge, attitudes, and perceptions about the field of solid organ transplantation.
- Residents from the participating programs will receive an anonymous email inviting them to participate. Email lists will be provided by the appropriate residency directors, or administrators to the officers in Mission Based Management at the University of Utah. An email will be sent at the first of the month inviting all residents of each responding program the opportunity to participate.
How long does it run?
Participants will have one month after the initial contact to respond to the survey.
Location(s) of clinical trial
University of Utah Hospital
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States, 84105
Principal Investigator: Jason Schwartz, M.D.
Status: Open Enrollment
Name, Phone, Email
Contact: Jason Schwartz, M.D., 801-585-2708
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