With the draw question type, you can ask you patients to mark, draw or write in response to a question. For example, a pain Qnaire can include an anatomy diagram where patients can draw to indicate the area of their pain.
You can also use the draw question to obtain a wet signature from your patient. An entry box appears under the question where the patient can draw their signature. This is very useful when you require patient consent.
1. From the Questions page within a new or existing Qnaire, click +New Question. See Creating Qnaires for information on how to navigate to the Questions page.
A New Content box with all the possible question types appears.
2. Under Choose Type, click Draw.
The draw question section appears.
3. Complete the applicable fields using the below table:
Drawing question text
Type the question.
Question Subtext (optional)
Type any additional information related to the question.
This appears under the question.
Question Label (optional)
To change the way the question appears (shortened) in the Qnaire responses, type the label.
Question: Where do you feel pain?
The question appears on the answer sheet in the patient's chart as Pain location.
Upload a background image (optional)
💡 Tip: For questions where you want the patient to draw or sign, you don't have to upload an image.
Drawing panel width and Drawing panel height
This is automatically calculated when you upload the image. You can edit it to change the appearance of the image.
💡 Tip: For questions where you want the patient to draw or sign, leave these fields blank.
Drawing pen color
Enter a colour code. The default is black (code 000000).
📌 Note: The primary colour codes are:
The default is No, making the question mandatory to complete.
Select Yes to make the question optional to complete.
Natural Language Conversion
4. To add more questions, click +New Question.
5. To publish the Qnaire, click Next Step.
📌 Note: If you edited an existing Qnaire and you are done, close the Qnaire builder window. The Qnaire builder automatically saves your changes.
Updated January 25, 2023