I am currently completing my doctorate in health science at A. T. Still University in...See more Mesa, Arizona, and conducting a survey to determine which continuing education (CE) format dentists and dental technicians prefer for acquiring skills or knowledge they incorporate into their practice or laboratory. Understanding these factors will assist educators to develop programs to meet the personal and professional needs of dental CE participants.
The tool I am using to collect data is a very brief survey that takes approximately 5 minutes to complete. Your participation is voluntary and only involves completing the survey. Please read the statement at the beginning of the survey that outlines the risks and benefits of participation.
Please click on the following link to complete the survey: http://edu.surveygizmo.com/s3/1574038/Dentists-Preference-of-Continuing-Education-Delivery-Format
If you have time, consider completing an additional assessment survey accessed by clicking on the link found at the end of the survey. This link takes you to the Visual, Aural, Read/write or Kinesthetic (VARK) learning assessment, which provides you with your modal preferences for communication. You will be able to download your results when it is completed. No personal identifying information will be collected or retained by either survey.
Thank you for considering my request. I appreciate you taking time out of your busy schedule to participate.
Bobbi Winter, MSc, RN
Doctorate in Health Science Student
A. T. Still University
- 78% Don’t have the equipment, staff or expertise in house - 48% To offer a wider variety of restorations - 12% When they have too much work/to even out the workflow - 11% To test new products and restorative materials before making purchases - 7% When the lab is short staffed - 3% When our equipment is down/being repaired
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