Medical Professional Survey Step 1 of 7 14% PrivacyAnonymousOkay for Larissa to use your name/answer.NameEmail Are you a parent?YesNoHow many children do you have?How old are your children?What is your occupation? 1.Over the past 10 years, how has children’s behaviour changed in your practice?2. What are the challenges you face with phones/gaming affecting or causing various medical conditions, eating disorders, body image, anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts in your home?3. Absenteeism and late arrivals at school have risen dramatically. Do you feel this is from extended phone use or parents letting their children stay up later? Do you feel children are staying up too late?4. How many times a day are you telling your patients whether they are parents or children to put away their phones while you are speaking to them?5. Do you feel parents are teaching children proper phone etiquette and manners on how to use their phones properly? 6. “Many teachers mentioned to me they are constantly telling children to put away their cell phones. I have put together a scenario that many teachers have shared they are experiencing. A teacher asks a student in their class to put his phone away, one day was 31 times, to one student. Somedays this is multiple students and not always the same student. Teachers feel they are coming behind on their curriculum because students need instructions repeated several times and are constantly on their phones? Do you feel schools should ban phones completely to stop distracted learning and help prevent all of the mental health?7. Would you like to see a full ban on cell phones from school property so children can focus and curb their anxiety during the day and teach them how to focus?8. Do you feel students are less social at school or in general? How could we fix this?9.Do you feel there is a decline in students coming out for sports, activities or clubs based on what you are seeing in your practice?10. Do you feel Education should change the behaviours that are allowed to happen now in schools? If policies were in place to involve parents at every level of unwanted behaviours which seems to drop off dramatically should Education try this? 11. Have you observed in your practice that children are more combative when you try to take their phones away from them or ask them to do something in your clinic rooms?12. Do you feel children are more violent and rude than 10-15 years ago?13. We now know the link between extended phone time and mood disorders are increasing. How are you informing your patients about screen routines at home in orer to prevent mental health disorders?14. How many hours of screen time do your patients have every day? This includes earbuds, gaming, ipads and phones. Do you discuss this or ask in on intake form?15. Do you let your own children in their rooms on phones? 16. Do you think Education should change their policies around phone use moving forward to help prevent childhood anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts?17. How do you think medicine should be teaching parents about how they should be balancing screen time at home? This would prevent unwanted childhood anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts?18. In my research 33% of teens have seen nude photos. Have you seen any inappropriate photos, cyberbullying or luring on your children’s phones?19. What if you had Tips, Strategies and Cyberbullying, approaching other parents respectfully or routines to help them manage all of these issues with phones in an ebook?20. Do you wish for your answers to remain anonymous or kept for private research but still for educational purposes? Personal1. What is your parenting style? Helicopter, Bulldozer, Fair and Fun?2. Do you feel parents are letting children rule the roost? If so, how?3. Do you feel tweens and teens are on more anxiety/depression meds than 10 years ago? Why do you think this is?4. Do you think other parents are more rude and disrespectful now, than 10 years ago?5. Do you feel children in your practice are going to be coachable children? 6. Do you see parents misbehaving at sporting events? How do you think we should teach parents to be respectful if they have no consequences?7. Any comments or thoughts?