couple of comments on the survey:
Your first question: "PAS has a role in hospice"
is very vague. What do you mean by "has a role?"
-- Hospice agencies should continue to treat people pursuing PAD?
-- Hospice agencies should help individuals interested in PAD with the process?
-- Hospice agencies should provide information related to PAD?
-- Hospice personnel should be present when the Rx is administered?
There's a pretty broad spectrum of "involvement."
Your demographic data should include state of residence, or at least some info about any experience with either working in a state that has legal PAD or in a state where there have been attempts to legalize PAD.
Finally, I hope you have taken the time to read:
Carlson, B., Simopolous, N., Goy, E. R., Jackson, A., & Ganzini, L. (2005). Oregon hospice chaplains' experiences with patients requesting physician-assisted suicide. Journal of Palliative Medicine, 8
Dobscha, S. K., Heintz, R. T., Press, N., & Ganzini, L. (2004). Oregon Physicians' Responses to Requests for Assisted Suicide: A Qualitative Study
: Journal of Palliative Medicine Vol 7(3) Jun 2004, 451-461.
Fenn, D. S., & Ganzini, L. (1999). Attitudes of Oregon psychologists toward physician-assisted suicide and the Oregon Death With Dignity Act
: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Vol 30(3) Jun 1999, 235-244.
Ganzini, L., Harvath, T. A., Jackson, A., Goy, E. R., Miller, L. L., & Delorit, M. A. (2002). Experiences of Oregon nurses and social workers with hospice patients who requested assistance with suicide. New England Journal of Medicine, 347
Harvath, T. A., Miller, L. L., Smith, K. A., Clark, L. D., Jackson, A., & Ganzini, L. (2006). Dilemmas encountered by hospice workers when patients wish to hasten death. Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing, 8
Miller, L. L., Harvath, T. A., Ganzini, L., Goy, E. R., Delorit, M. A., & Jackson, A. (2004). Attitudes and experiences of Oregon hospice nurses and social workers regarding assisted suicide. Palliative Medicine, 18
Good luck, and if you want any further feedback from a hospice/palliative care nurse and researcher in Oregon, feel free to PM me.