Thank you for attending the ICA forum “Finding Better Relief: Working with an IC Healthcare Team” via live webcast.

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7 Do you have IC?
   
   
8 If yes, how long ago were you diagnosed?
   
   
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12 Did the speakers offer information that was valuable to you personally?
   
   
13 Was there any aspect of this meeting we could eliminate from further meetings?
   
   
14 If I could change anything about the program I would:
   
   
15 This forum was offered at a good time of the year
   
   
16 If you disagreed, what month or time of year is best for you to attend an event like this?
   
   
17 What day of the week is best for you to attend an event like this?
   
   
18 What time of day is best for you to attend an event like this?
   
   
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20 How would you rate the overall audio (sound) quality of the webcast?
   
   
21 How easy was it to read the text and graphics on the presentation slides?
   
   
22 How easy was it to hear questions and answers from in-person participants?
   
   
23 Was this webcast a suitable substitute to attending in person?
   
   
24 Would you recommend the ICA use a webcast format to present future meetings?
   
   
25 How did you hear about this forum? (check all that apply)
   




   
26 How well does the ICA rate in its ability to keep you informed about IC?
   
   
27 Do you routinely purchase resources from the ICA?
   
   
28 If no, why not?
   
   
29 Please rate the types of resources you are most interested in seeing the ICA offer on a scale of 1 to 5 (1 being most important and 5 being least important).
   
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Fact sheets or brochures on treatments, living with IC, etc.
ICA pocket guides, such as Eating with IC
Videos about medical procedures, tips for living with IC, interviews with IC experts, etc.
Podcasts about medical procedures, tips for living with IC, interviews with IC experts, etc.
Books published by the ICA
Videos of ICA educational events
Written transcripts of ICA educational events
Other
   
30 In your opinion, is there anything that the ICA could do for you that is not already being done?