Practitioner Survey Response Team

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About the Practitioner Survey Response Project

One of the biggest challenges we have in maintaining the PPD/TMS Practitioner Database is gaining an idea of how a practitioner treats TMS and what that practitioner's experience is. Most other practitioner lists only provide contact detail (i.e. address, phone, and email) which can’t really help a potential patient figure out if a specific practitioner is right for them. Our Practitioner Survey Response Form allows us to obtain detailed information about how a practitioner actually treats PPD/TMS. These responses play a huge role in helping potential patients make the best decisions regarding their treatment and recovery.

The Role of the Practitioner Survey Response Team

The Practitioner Survey Response Team is responsible for posting completed survey responses on the Wiki as well as adding practitioners' information on the practitioner database. As a request comes in, a member of this team will respond to that practitioner, sending them a survey response form to complete. Once the practitioner sends back the completed form, a team member volunteers to post the survey on the Wiki and adds that practitioner's information to Find a Practitioner list. Step-by-step instructions on posting the survey and corresponding information can be found here.

How it Works
After you submit your information, you will be added to the practitioner survey mailing list. Any from practitioners asking to be listed on our list will be directed to that mailing list. Once you receive an email, you can volunteer to post the information, or you can pass, depending on your availability at that time.

Related Links

Creating a Practitioner Survey Response Form Team
Practitioner Survey Response Form Editor
Practitioner Survey Responses
PPD/TMS Practitioner Database
Editing the PPD/TMS Practitioner Database
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