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(6), 1160-1166.
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(8), 582-588.
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(4), 200-209.
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(8), 685-691.
Good luck, and if you want any further feedback from a hospice/palliative care nurse and researcher in Oregon, feel free to PM me.