Each domain contains a number of questions (no more five for each domain) for you to answer as an individual or as a group. When you have finished, your answers are brought together in a visual report.
You can complete the domains in whichever order you like. You can also check or change your answers to the questions at any time.
Answers are based on a 1-5 scoring system (in which, 1 = Never and 5 = Always). There are often links between the content of the questions in each domain, so you may wish to view them all before answering each one. If you feel unable to answer a particular question, you can click the ‘Don’t know’ button.
To help you think about your score for each question, DMAT offers some additional guiding or prompt questions to ask yourself. These are optional, and you may have more – or alternative questions – of your own to consider or discuss with others.
As we continue to develop DMAT, we will review the questions and also how helpful people find the prompt questions. Feedback on this and all aspects of DMAT are very welcome. Please contact the research team via the feedback page on this website.
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