Help us make ASTROnews better—take the readership survey online

By Najeeb Mohideen, MD, FASTRO

It’s been two years since I assumed the mantle of Senior Editor of ASTROnews. In that time, we’ve welcomed a new managing editor and two new editorial board members, brought the issue back into print from a year of being online-only, changed up the back departments and tackled a litany of topics of interest to our readers: from emerging immunotherapy research to the diversity of the radiation oncology workforce.

Now it’s time for us to assess our progress; to take stock of where the magazine is now and where it should be headed. Like we do when we’re treating patients in the clinic, we have to look at our results to see if we’re moving in the right direction: Is the plan working? Have we gone off course? Could it be refined?

Just as we strive for the optimal treatment plan for our patients, the ASTROnews editorial board and I strive to make your member magazine as relevant and useful as possible. We are collecting information to see what’s working in ASTROnews and what could use some improvement.

We want to know if you read ASTROnews—and how you prefer to read it: online, in print, a mixture of both? Would you read online-only content on our website in between issues? Do you find the issue themes and related stories applicable to your practice? What themes should we address in future issues?

Please take a moment—it takes less than 10 minutes—to fill out the brief survey with your thoughts about ASTROnews. Let me thank you in advance for taking the time to share your feedback with us so that we can, in turn, focus in on the topics of greatest interest to our readers.
Posted: August 29, 2018 | with 0 comments
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