Did your health care provider(s) really find out what your concerns were?

Source for Original Item

University of British Columbia. Centre for Health Services and Policy Research, Wong, S., T., & Haggerty, J. (2013, May). Measuring patient experiences in primary health care : a review and classification of items and scales used in publicly-available questionnaires. https://doi.org/10.14288/1.0048528

Item as Adapted for RESPCCT Study

During my pregnancy, I held back from asking questions or discussing my concerns with my main prenatal care provider because:

My care provider seemed rushed.
I wanted care that differed from what my care provider recommended.
I thought my care provider might think I was being difficult.
I felt my care provider didn’t value my opinion.
I felt my care provider didn’t use language that I could understand.