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Quick Survey: Professional Fulfillment During COVID19

Posted about 1 month ago by Amy Baird

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Have you wondered how COVID-19 is affecting professional fulfillment, anxiety, or stress level among you and your colleagues?

Have you wanted to help raise the awareness of Physician Assistants and our importance to inpatient, outpatient, and government employers and regulators?

Research Focus: PA Professional Fulfillment During The COVID-19 Pandemic Take 10 minutes and complete this brief research study exclusively for (and done by) clinical practicing PAs!

Thank you in advance!

You will be helping future PAs be at the table by providing this critical information!https://atsu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3qkSdFC5lGMJrDw

Survey Participation Information


The survey is for research conducted by the Doctor of Health Science Program at A. T. Still University. This research aims to increase understanding of professional fulfillment, stress, and anxiety in physician associates. Your participation is voluntary and will only involve completing the questionnaire.

Completing this questionnaire should require 10 minutes of your time. Please do not use any outside assistance while answering these questions.

  • Please answer each question honestly and to the best of your ability.
  • You are not required to identify yourself on the questionnaire.
  • The researchers will not place any codes on the questionnaire that could directly identify you. The results of this research might be published.
  • Any research reports or publications resulting from this research will not reveal your name or identity.
  • Your research record will remain confidential.
  • There are no direct benefits to you for completing this questionnaire. However, research on the PA profession and its importance and essential role in healthcare are scant, and your participation really helps fill in the gaps.


Thank you for your time. Please feel free to email me with any questions.
Jay Somers, PA-C
AT Still University
Doctor of Health Science Student
SA200874@atsu.edu