Survey: Experiential Evidence for Urinary Stone Disease
The NSW Government Agency for Clinical Innovation is conducting a survey for Clinical Innovation through the Urology Network.
The survey aims to gather feedback from health professionals in NSW to help inform a clinical practice guide for urinary stone disease, which the ACI is looking to develop in 2022.
The survey is open to healthcare professionals involved in the management of urinary stone disease in NSW.
Participating in the survey will take approximately 15 minutes and the survey will remain open until 31 March 2022. The Society encourages eligible Members to participate in the survey and share the link with their eligible colleagues.
All data collected is de-identified and will only be used for this project. Responses will be analysed and synthesised into a brief summary report that will be publicly available. No identifying information will be shared in the report.
The survey is anonymous, however, you will be asked about your designation, setting and what procedures are used to treat patients with stone disease in the local context.
Complete the survey: Experiential evidence for urinary stone disease now.