We’re looking for feedback on drug/device/technology rep behavior — specifically, what kinds of behaviors are likely to trigger the opposite of the reaction reps are hoping for, making you disinclined to want to spend time listening to a pitch? What’s really annoying — even disruptive to your practice?
And, on the flip side, if there are any things reps have done for your practice that have been surprisingly welcome, helpful, etc., we’d love to hear that, too!
All responses to the survey will be strictly anonymous (you don’t even have to identify yourself if you don’t want to), and will help us with an article we’re writing that will help reps who want to learn how to connect more effectively (and less annoyingly) with the practices they serve.
To complete the survey, click on this link – and thank you!
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