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Quiz: What’s Your Healthcare Communication Style?

Discover how to build an effective partnership with your doctor

Management of myasthenia gravis (MG) takes a strong partnership between you and your healthcare team. How we give and get information is different for every person. It’s important to understand your preferred communication style to help ensure that you’re making the most of your doctor’s visits and deciding on the best possible management plan. Take this short quiz to find out how effective your communication style is and discover tips on partnering with your doctor. If you’re a supporter or caregiver, please answer these questions with your loved one in mind.

Your responses will also help us provide the most relevant MG updates, resources and information based on where you are in your MG journey. We promise to keep your answers confidential and will never share or sell your information.

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Do you have myasthenia gravis (MG)?

Do you track your or your loved one’s MG symptoms?

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Setting personal goals can help you prioritize your needs during your MG journey. Which of these goals is most important to you or the person you know who has myasthenia gravis?

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Have you shared goals with your healthcare provider? Has the person you know who has MG shared goals with their healthcare provider?

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True or false: My doctor understands the impact MG has on my daily life and my ability to do the things I love.

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True or false: I want tools to help my doctor understand the impact MG has on my daily life and my ability to do the things I love.

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How satisfied are you with your current treatment plan?

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Do you prepare for appointments with your healthcare provider ahead of time? For example, do you make a list of questions or do you bring a symptom-tracking journal to appointments?

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Do you prefer to write notes down or to store them on your phone or computer? For example, do you track your symptoms by journaling or by using an app on your phone?

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You’re a big picture thinker and realize that managing MG may be difficult. Making time to track symptoms and prepare for appointments may feel like a lot, but we’re here to help you get the most out of your next doctor’s appointment. Take a look at the resources below to learn more.

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Thanks for sharing how you communicate.

It’s important to share your symptoms and how they affect your day-to-day with your healthcare team in detail so they can determine the most appropriate way to move forward in your management plan. Spending a few minutes gathering your thoughts before your next doctor’s appointment may help you get the most out of your visit.

Communication styles have the power to build meaningful connections and it’s always nice to have resources available to help set you up to have an even better conversation. Whether you already track and relay your MG symptoms or need help starting, try downloading and using one of the resources below before your next doctor’s appointment.

This information has been provided for educational purposes only and is not meant to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Patients should not use this information for diagnosing a health condition. Patients should always consult a healthcare professional for medical advice or information about diagnosis and treatment.

You’re a dynamic communicator and there’s room to grow to help ensure that you get the most out of your time during your next doctor’s visit. Take a look at the tips below to learn more.

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Thanks for sharing how you communicate.

It’s important to share your symptoms and how they affect your day-to-day with your healthcare team in detail so they can determine the most appropriate way to move forward in your management plan. Spending a few minutes gathering your thoughts before your next doctor’s appointment may help you get the most out of your visit.

Communication styles have the power to build meaningful connections and it’s always nice to have resources available to help set you up to have an even better conversation. Whether you already track and relay your MG symptoms or need help starting, try downloading and using one of the resources below before your next doctor’s appointment.

This information has been provided for educational purposes only and is not meant to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Patients should not use this information for diagnosing a health condition. Patients should always consult a healthcare professional for medical advice or information about diagnosis and treatment.

You’re an MG-prepared planner and excel at communicating. Use the helpful tools and MG tips below to maintain your effective communication status.

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Thanks for sharing how you communicate.

It’s important to share your symptoms and how they affect your day-to-day with your healthcare team in detail so they can determine the most appropriate way to move forward in your management plan. Spending a few minutes gathering your thoughts before your next doctor’s appointment may help you get the most out of your visit.

Communication styles have the power to build meaningful connections and it’s always nice to have resources available to help set you up to have an even better conversation. Whether you already track and relay your MG symptoms or need help starting, try downloading and using one of the resources below before your next doctor’s appointment.

This information has been provided for educational purposes only and is not meant to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Patients should not use this information for diagnosing a health condition. Patients should always consult a healthcare professional for medical advice or information about diagnosis and treatment.

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