Q.1
How did you find out about JournalFeed? Select any that apply.

Q.2
What is your level/type of training?

Q.3
What is your practice setting?

Q.4
How long have you been a subscriber to JournalFeed?

JournalFeed, formerly EM Topics, sent its first Spoon Feed email June 2016.

Q.5
How would you rate the educational quality of:
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the articles selected?
the JournalFeed summaries?
the links to additional resources?
weekend features - infographics, personal reflections, opinion (i.e. not the routine journal article summaries)?

Q.6
Please rate the following:
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How likely are you to recommend JournalFeed to a friend?
In a given week, how likely are you to change your practice based on something you read on JournalFeed?
How likely are you to read pediatric-specific articles when covered by JournalFeed?
How likely are you to continue receiving JournalFeed emails over the next year?

Q.7
How long does it take you to read JournalFeed each morning, on average?

Q.8
What other resources do you regularly use to keep up with the literature? Select all that are applicable.

Q.9
If JournalFeed offered CME credit, would you be interested?

Q.10
If JournalFeed offered 50 CME credits per year for simply reading the summaries, what would you consider to be a fair annual price?

JournalFeed content will remain free. The fee would only be if you want CME credit.

Q.11
Assuming editorial independence and unobtrusiveness, what is your opinion of ads in the daily emails?

Q.12
What would make JournalFeed better? What features would you like to see added? Be creative! Your suggestions make a difference.

Q.13
Help us get the word out about JournalFeed. What would be the best way to share it with more people?

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