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There is one clinical trial.
To evaluate the effect of wearing masks that hide a surgeon's facial features versus one that shows them. New patients with no prior relationship with the surgeon will be asked questions regarding communication and trust with the surgeon.
Description: Using a Likert scale question evaluating patient preference for the type of mask (What was your impression of the surgeon's mask? "Did not like the mask", "somewhat did not like the mask", "somewhat liked the mask", "completely liked the mask", scored as 1 to 4 with higher score indicating greater preference).Measure: Patient Mask Preference Quantitative Time: During 1-minute survey assessed immediately after clinic visit completion
Description: Patients will be asked for their comments about the surgeon's mask and these will be immediately transcribed.Measure: Patient Mask Preference Qualitative Time: During 1-minute survey assessed immediately after clinic visit completion
Description: Using Likert scale questions evaluating patient perception of surgeon communication, taken from the Clinician and Group Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CG-CAHPS) healthcare survey, each scored 1-4 with higher number indicating greater communication skills, from "not at all", "somewhat", "mostly" to "completely". This will include 6 questions evaluating communication skills with identical answer choices. Each participants total score will range from 6 to 24 with higher indicating better communication skills.Measure: Patient Survey Scores Evaluating Surgeon Communication Skills Time: During 1-minute survey assessed immediately after clinic visit completion
Description: Using Likert scale questions evaluating patient trust of the surgeon, asked, "How comfortable do you feel trusting this surgeon's decisions". Answer choices are score 1 - 4 with 4 indicating great trust, from "Completing uncomfortable", "somewhat uncomfortable", "somewhat comfortable", "completely comfortable"Measure: Patient Survey Scores Describing Trust in the Surgeon Time: During 1-minute survey assessed immediately after clinic visit completion
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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