Protocol Information

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Title Clinical Decision Making for CHD and Gender
Description This survey is being done to better understand clinical decision making among 4th year
medical students and inform future research and training.

Objective The objective of this study is to examine if healthcare providers are less likely to attribute cardiac-related symptoms to cardiac causes, and recommend further diagnostic testing for female patients compared to male patients of similar risk. Additionally, an objective of the study is to examine if the providers difference in symptom attribution and recommendations based on patient sex increases when the patients also have depression and anxiety symptoms.

Keywords: medical student, cardiovascular disease, survey
Principal Investigator BIDDLE, CAITLIN
Age Group Adult
Drugs Involved
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Status Open
Key Eligibility 18 years of age or older
4th year medical student at a medical school in the United States
Have direct Clinical experience (at least 1 clinical rotation affiliated with their medical school) in the past or currently
Disease Group Other
Treatment
Contact CAITLIN BIDDLE
+1 716-829-5702
cebiddle@buffalo.edu