If you have had at least one real-time, virtual health care appointment (i.e., video, phone) with a primary care provider during COVID-19, a research team based out of the University of Toronto and the Bruyere Research Institute would like to hear from you!
The study, Learning from Patient’s Experiences with Synchronous Virtual Primary Care Encounters During the COVID-19 Pandemic, is looking to survey individuals from Ontario who have had virtual care appointments with a primary care provider or another healthcare professional in that family practice (family doctor, general practitioner, or nurse practitioner).
As a survey participant, you will complete a 15 to 20 min. anonymous, online survey. Results from the survey will help inform recommendations to the Ontario government regarding how to provide high quality health care through the use of virtual care appointments. Survey participants will also have the opportunity to enter into a draw for one of five $100 gift cards of your choice.
To participate, please enter one of the following links: