A Survey on Attitudes on Personal Responsibility and the Use of Financial Incentives for Health Promotion
Time Perspective: Cross-Sectional
Survey respondents are presented with scenarios that seek to elicit views and attitudes on the concepts of personal responsibility, and the acceptability of financial incentives. The analysis will present these views and attitudes in aggregate form.
Attitudes are measured using 5 point Likert scales, indicating the extent of agreement or disagreement with particular scenarios or questions. Other forms of multiple choice options are also used, in which respondents express their preferences by selecting one option over others. At the end of the surveys, an open text box is provided for general comments.
Kevin Volpp, Ph.D, M.D.
School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
United States: Institutional Review Board
|Online survey||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania|