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Ultrasound Survey

Posted 8 months ago by Dane Pratt

Our names are Emily Baird, Kelly Dickey, and Mallory Geisinger, and we are students in the Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound Program at the University of Missouri. Our research group has created a survey in order to gain more insight regarding the use of pocket-sized ultrasound machines in the medical setting as well as ultrasound training in medical education. If you are a physician, medical resident, physician assistant, or any healthcare staff that has experience with ultrasound imaging, aside from a sonographer, this research applies to you. 

 

To participate in this research study, we only ask that you complete the survey located at the attached link below. You may complete the survey on any computer with an internet connection at a time and place of your own choosing. No personally identifiable information will be collected, so all responses are anonymous. Completion of the survey is completely voluntary and you may decide to discontinue your participation at any time by simply exiting the survey. We anticipate that the survey will take no longer than 20-25 minutes to complete.

Thank you for your time and cooperation. We know that your time is valuable and we are grateful for your willingness to help us learn more about the ultrasound training in medical education and how it can be improved or changed. 
 
If you have any questions please contact the Principal Investigator of this research project, Sharlette Anderson, at andersonshar@health.missouri.edu, or the Primary Contact of this research project, Emily Baird, at eeb4hf@mail.missouri.edu.
 

By clicking on the link below you are consenting to participate in a research study:

https://showmeportal.missouri.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=JHPEHAA4DJ

Thank you again,

Emily Baird, Kelly Dickey, Mallory Geisinger
University of Missouri - Columbia
Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound

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