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A survey to help a DNP student

A survey to help a DNP student
Hetal Desai is collecting data for her DNP dissertation.  Please read her e-mail below and if you are interested in taking the survey (it takes about 10 mites) please click on the link or e-mail Hetal. Thanks for supporting your fellow APRN in her strive for her advanced degree.
Dear Fellow APRN,
 
I am  asking you to participate in the  anonymous on-line survey associated with my DNP research study related to APRN political self-advocacy.  I am testing the validity of the newly developed APRN Political Self-advocacy measurement tool.  Some of you have responded to the Pre-test and I am inviting all APRN's (advanced practice registered nurses) to participate in the Post-Test survey.  If some of you have not done the pre-test the 1st survey you may also do this survey and mark as done for the 1st time.  Your responses to this survey are important and will help in obtaining information related to nurse political self-advocacy.  Please respond by July 16, 2014.
 
The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Results of the study will be disseminated via a published doctoral dissertation. William Paterson University Review Board has approved the solicitation of participants for the study.

If you are interested in assisting me by taking this survey, please e-mail me at desaih2@student.wpunj.edu and I will send you the link. 
 
 Please print a copy of the informed consent for your records.

 
Please do not hesitate to contact me with questions or concerns at desaih2@student.wpunj.edu
 
Thank you for your time and cooperation on this important issue.
 
Sincerely,
 
Hetal Desai
DNP candidate  
William Paterson University of New Jersey
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