BHRT Survey Form





Gender: Male Female


Ethnicity: Caucasian Hispanic Black Asian Other

Family Status: Single Married Widowed Divorced

How Many Children?

Where do your children live?

Your highest level of education:
Did not graduate HS High School graduate 2 year degree 4 year degree Graduate degree Doctorate

Your profession:

Annual household income:
under $35K $35K to $80K $80K to $100K $100K to $250K Over $250K

Hobbies and interests:

Media they consume:

Where do you get most of your medical information?

Political Affiliation:

Religious Affiliation:

What 3 things do you value most in life right now?

What motivates you to persevere when something is difficult?

What are your biggest 3 fears right now?

Are you convinced that something is true more by:
research or statistics stories ortestimonials both equally?

When you go to the doctor’s office, what 3 things do you appreciate the most about your visit?

When you go to the doctor’s office, what 3 things irritate or bother you the most?

As a person with (diagnosis), what is your single greatest question regarding your diagnosis?

What is your greatest challenge regarding your diagnosis that you experience on a daily basis?

If I were following you around for a day, how would I know, what would I see or hear that would make me know that you have that struggle?

If you could wave a magic wand and have the ideal experience from your doctor and his/her staff in dealing with this struggle, what would that experience look, feel and sound like for you?


During appointment:


What have you never seen a doctor do that you wish your doctor would do?

What do you already do on your own, outside of your doctor’s office, to take care of your health? (Check any / all that apply)

Exercise for minutes days per week at low medium high intensity.

Eat a healthy diet:
Vegan Vegetarian Raw Food Macrobiotic Low Carb Paleo Mixed or other

Sleep hours per night.

Drink glasses of water per day.

Get minutes or hours of sunlight per day.

Avoid: alcohol tobacco recreational drugs caffeine sugar high fat / deep fried

Take Classes / Research / Read about health.

Take time with friends and family: days per week.

Take time to meditate / pray: days per week.

Take time to pursue hobbies and interests: days per week.

Is there any way your doctor could make your experience with your diagnosis more interesting?

On a scale of 1 to10 with 1 meaning, “If it goes on like this forever, even though I don’t like it, I can live with it”, and 10 meaning, “This is causing so much distress / worry / pain that I have to resolve this NOW and I will do anything and spend any amount of money to have it resolved”, how important is it to you to resolve this health concern you have?
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

What could your doctor do to create a more meaningful relationship with you?

What could your doctor do that would make your treatment less generic and more specific to your personal needs?

What do you want most from your doctor?

How much time do you think that would take?

What do you want most from your doctor’s staff?

How much time do you think that would take?

How would you like to hear from your doctor or his staff in between visits?

Is there any other advice you’d like to give us to understand how to best serve you?

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