ReB Survey Results

ALUCA Survey Results

In April we asked four questions about ReB.  A good sample size of 40 people responded with 92% identifying themselves as regular ReB readers.  The comments are mixed however the take home message is clear – industry news and educational articles are most important to you.  I will commit to act on your feedback and hope to see 100+ respondents for the 2017 survey scheduled for May. Thank you to those who completed the survey.

happy Likes

  • the contributed articles with comment from experts that help me to understand and put into practice new ideas.
  • international updates
  • technical articles Rehabilitation stories and articles in particular
  • the links in the content. The LinkedIn page could be utilised a lot more.
  • the layout
  • local committee updates and medical articles
  • articles on what’s happening in the industry (sub group updates, Turks papers)
  • The updates about what is happening around the traps
  • the variety of articles
  • the updates from regional associations
  • the updates about Aust. market.
  • format is enjoyable overall, no dislikes
  • the variety, technical articles and “what’s happening around the industry, locally, nationally and internationally.
  • it is a good publication format is enjoyable overall, no dislikes
  • the Q&A of industry leaders

improve Dislikes/Suggest Changes…

  • a bit long
  • the Postcard series was also interesting and enjoyable — although a lot of work for the person that writes it. It can be a bit lengthy and daunting when you start reading — thus run out of time to finish it.
  • I would prefer a glossy quarterly magazine to be delivered to my address similar to the ANZIIF magazine
  • it would be good to have 1 – 2 pages with photos/links to click on to read the full article if interested – may just grab attention a bit better
  • the new century REB needs its own webpage if going to be taken seriously as an industry publication especially for next gen
  • although I don’t like the ads I realise they help reduce the costs, aware this would increase membership costs as opposed to just an electronic copy.
  • I wouldn’t say dedicated reader. I scan it for interesting articles.
    board and sub-group updates
  • more in-depth Underwriting articles
  • only those articles that are published say from overseas that contain no local
  • content/comment which make them handy to know but not really useful in practice.
  • I would like to see links to ReB on our website, Facebook, twitter and LinkedIn
  • I would like to see individual Underwriter/claims movement/transfers to other companies.
    too lengthy. Should be more concise
  • miss the people moves updates.
  • ReB should not repeat articles from elsewhere. If the articles are interesting/important just include a link