Survey on Flash-Based Simulations

This survey is meant to collect information from SimSmoke.Org website users on their experience using one of the new Flash-based simulations for exposure to secondhand smoke.

We appreciate you taking the time to fill out the following form. Your feedback is very important to us.

By giving complete and thoughtful answers, you will be helping us to improve the simulations on this website to better suit users' needs.

In the future, it may be possible to create customized simulations for very specific applications. Send a message to Dr. Klepeis for more information.

When you are finished with the survey, please click on the "Submit" button at the bottom of the page. Please note: We would like for you to answer all of the questions, but questions without a red asterisk (*) are optional.


Please select the simulation you used and for which you are providing feedback in this survey.
Please select an option that best describes your role or interest in secondhand smoke exposure
Are you a smoker or a nonsmoker?
What is your age?
Please select the choice that most closely matches your feelings regarding the general usability of the simulation.
Please select the choice that most closely matches your feelings about whether or not the simulation helped you learn more about exposure to secondhand smoke.
Please select the choice that most closely matches your feelings about whether the simulation might be used to help reduce exposure to secondhand smoke
Please select the choice that most closely matches your feelings about whether or not you would use the simulation to help inform others about secondhand smoke exposure. For example, if you work in tobacco control, would you use the simulation in your work to educate members of the public or other tobacco control workers? If you are a medical doctor, would you use it in your practice? If you have a family, would you use it with your family members?
Please provide comments on how you think the simulation, or one like it, might be used to help reduce secondhand smoke exposure in homes, cars, schools, workplaces, or other locations. If you don't think it could be used, please explain why you feel this way.
Please provide comments on how you think the simulation might be improved. For example, do you think it was too confusing or complicated? Is there a better way to present information on secondhand smoke levels? What messages should be used to help users understand the levels of pollution?