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STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student B)

1)

What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘doctor’?

2)

How often do you go to the doctor?

3)

Do you always feel better after you’ve visited the doctor?

4)

How do you find a good doctor?

5)

What do you think about the costs of visits to the doctor in your country?

6)

Do you always think you’ve received top treatment from your doctor?

7)

Do you always believe what your doctor says or do you sometimes doubt him/her?

8)

Would you like to be a doctor?

9)

What do you think are the worst aspects of being a doctor?

10)

If you were a doctor, which area would you like to specialize in?


 
 

STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student A)

1)

What do you think about when you’re sitting down waiting to see the doctor?

2)

What childhood memories do you have of doctors?

3)

Have you ever changed doctors? If ‘yes’, why?

4)

Do you prefer male or female doctors?

5)

What kind of day do you think a doctor has?

6)

Do you think there are enough doctors in your town?

7)

Are you satisfied you have enough time talking with the doctor?

8)

Where do you think the world’s best doctors are?

9)

Do you think doctors talk and gossip about patients?

10)

What kind of person makes an excellent doctor?


 


 
 
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