AFP Editorial Survey

How many issues of American Family Physician (AFP) do you look at each year?
All 24
19 to 23
13 to 18
7 to 12
1 to 6
None

Do you keep a library of back issues of AFP?

Yes
No
No, but save selected articles

What is the average amount of time you spend reading one issue of AFP?

hours
On average, how many AFP Clinical Quiz cards do you complete each year for CME credit?
All 24
19 to 23
13 to 18
7 to 12
1 to 6
None

How often does AFP contain some information that you can put to immediate use in your practice?

Every issue
Most issues
Sometimes
Seldom
Never

What AFP features do you read regularly? (check all that apply)

Clinical Articles
Table of Contents
Inside AFP
Newsletter
Clinical Quiz
Letters to the Editor
Quantum Sufficit
Graham Center One-Pagers
Editorials
CME Calendar
Diary from a Week in Practice
Clinical Evidence from the BMJ
Putting Prevention into Practice
From the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force
Cochrane for Clinicians
Photo Quiz
STEPS (short reviews of new drugs)
POEMs
Tips from Other Journals
Point-of-Care Guides
Curbside Consultations
Practice Guidelines
FPIN Clinical Inquiries
Patient Information Collections

How useful are the SORT tables in clinical articles (i.e., key recommendations for practice)?

Very useful
Somewhat useful
Neutral
Not very useful
Not at all useful
Not familiar with SORT tables

Which method do you prefer to read AFP?

Print
Online

On average, how often do you give AFP patient education handouts to your patients?

Almost daily
One time per week
Two to three times per month
Rarely
Never

From what source do you usually obtain AFP patient education handouts?

Print journal
Web site
Do not obtain handouts

Would you use a customizable area on the Web version of patient education handouts (e.g., for adding patient instructions, contact information)?

Yes
No