The Physician Support Survey includes 56 items divided into 6 sections. The first 15 items query the likelihood that respondents would seek support for various theoretical situations (eg, personal life struggles, medical error, legal situation), using a 4-point Likert scale (definitely would not, probably would not, probably would, definitely would). The next 13 items ask respondents to rate their level of agreement that certain factors (eg, lack of time, stigma, cost) would present a barrier to seeking support on a 4-point Likert scale (strongly disagree, somewhat disagree, somewhat agree, strongly agree). Four items address respondents' level of awareness of existing services (eg, EAP, physician health services), as characterized by 1 of 4 responses (never heard of, aware of but do not know how to contact, aware of and know how to contact, and aware and have used). The next 13 items assess the likelihood that respondents would use particular services (eg, psychiatrist, faculty, resident, clergy), using a 4-point Likert scale (would not seek support, not very likely to seek support, somewhat likely to seek support, very likely to seek support). Eight items query respondents (yes or no) about their experience with stressful situations (eg, adverse event, personal physical illness, illness among family) during the past year. The last 3 items represent demographic questions: training level (resident, fellow, attending, other), department (surgery, anesthesia, emergency medicine [EM]), and postgraduate year (PGY) level (PGY-1, PGY-2, PGY-3, PGY-4, PGY-5).