The Duke Health Trust Survey

Duke Health is committed to earning trust. But what does it take to be a trustworthy institution? As part of Duke’s ongoing Moments to Movement work focused on dismantling racism and injustice across the institution, we need to better understand how to be trustworthy from our patients, our community, and each other.

Please take a few minutes to share your experiences and opinions about medical research, clinical interactions, and Duke Health overall. What you share will help us develop meaningful community-centered solutions that can repair wrongs, build trust, and ultimately foster improved health outcomes.

Take the survey.

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  • Durham County residents

  • Duke Health patients

  • Duke employees

  • People who work for community-based organizations serving Durham County

Everyone who takes the survey must be at least 18 years old.

  • The online survey takes about 15 minutes to complete on a smartphone, computer, or tablet.

  • All answers will be kept confidential. You are not required to provide your name, and no information you share in the survey will be connected to you individually.

  • Providing personal information such as your race, ethnicity, or income is optional.

  • We acknowledge that answering questions about experiences with racism, discrimination, and other harms may trigger strong emotional or physical reactions. Your participation is completely voluntary. You may stop taking the survey at any time. 

  • At the end of the survey, you may choose to enter an optional raffle for a gift card.