International study on the attitude of psychiatrists towards their patients
This is a collaborative international survey project that aims to identify professional and personal factors influencing the attitude of psychiatrists towards people with mental health problems.
The study is led by the Institute of Behavioural Sciences of the Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary and involves 42 investigators across 34 European countries and India.
The project has received ethics approval in Hungary, and all of the collaborating countries, where non-interventional, anonymous online survey projects require it. The collected data will be anonymous and confidential. Personal information of the participants, including their and IP-address, will not be able to be identified.
Please choose your country and answer the survey below that investigates your attitudes towards your patients with mental health problems. It takes 6 minutes to complete. Thank you very much for your efforts!