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Message ID: 10356
Date: 2018-02-22

Author:Caroline Cummings

Subject:Re: Request for Dissemination of Survey

Hi Bahney, Thanks for getting back to me! I would definitely be interested in hearing from contracted employees in addition to state employees. Any assistance in disseminating the survey to both populations would be greatly appreciated. Best Regards, Caroline Cummings, B.S. Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program University of Nevada, Reno On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 9:10 AM, Bahney Dedolph > wrote: Are you interested in only state employees or the contracted employees who provide services to families in states like Arizona with semi-privatized child welfare systems? Sent from my iPhone--please excuse brevity of response and typos since auto correct is not my friend. Bahney On Feb 21, 2018, at 9:17 AM, Caroline Cummings > wrote: Hello Everyone, I am working on a study regarding psychological well-being of Child Protective Services workers. I would greatly appreciate it if you all could forward this email to any individuals that you think would be eligible to complete it or individuals who could distribute the survey. I've coping and pasted the recruitment email below. Thanks in advance! Dear Social Service Workers, My name is Caroline Cummings and my colleagues and I are students and faculty in the Clinical Psychology program at the University of Nevada, Reno. We are conducting a nationwide online study that addresses social service workers’ interactions with clients. The purpose of the study is to improve the quality of life of both social service workers and clients. I am hoping to get this survey to as many Child Protective Services, Adult Protective Services, Elderly Protective Services and Guardianship agencies as possible across the United States, and would truly appreciate if you would be willing to send it along to any of these professionals working for your organization. Enclosed you will find a Qualtrics link that includes questions about your work as a social service worker. The total time to complete the survey is approximately 10-15 minutes. If you choose to participate, your responses will be completely confidential and anonymous. No identifying information will be recorded. For any questions or concerns regarding this project or your rights as a participant you can contact me any time via email at caroline.cummings@nevada.unr.edu . Also, if you would like to send this study on to any other social services workers you know, it would be very helpful. Survey link: https://unrpsych.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bggCdGP3IjgP8AR Thank you in advance for your consideration in participation of this study. Sincerely, Caroline Cummings (Co-Principal Investigator) Jonathan Singer, MA (Co-Principal Investigator) & Lorraine Benuto, Ph.D (Co-Investigator)

Hi Bahney, Thanks for getting back to me! I would definitely be interested in hearing from contracted employees in addition to state employees. Any assistance in disseminating the survey to both populations would be greatly appreciated. Best Regards, Caroline Cummings, B.S. Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program University of Nevada, Reno On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 9:10 AM, Bahney Dedolph > wrote: Are you interested in only state employees or the contracted employees who provide services to families in states like Arizona with semi-privatized child welfare systems? Sent from my iPhone--please excuse brevity of response and typos since auto correct is not my friend. Bahney On Feb 21, 2018, at 9:17 AM, Caroline Cummings > wrote: Hello Everyone, I am working on a study regarding psychological well-being of Child Protective Services workers. I would greatly appreciate it if you all could forward this email to any individuals that you think would be eligible to complete it or individuals who could distribute the survey. I've coping and pasted the recruitment email below. Thanks in advance! Dear Social Service Workers, My name is Caroline Cummings and my colleagues and I are students and faculty in the Clinical Psychology program at the University of Nevada, Reno. We are conducting a nationwide online study that addresses social service workers’ interactions with clients. The purpose of the study is to improve the quality of life of both social service workers and clients. I am hoping to get this survey to as many Child Protective Services, Adult Protective Services, Elderly Protective Services and Guardianship agencies as possible across the United States, and would truly appreciate if you would be willing to send it along to any of these professionals working for your organization. Enclosed you will find a Qualtrics link that includes questions about your work as a social service worker. The total time to complete the survey is approximately 10-15 minutes. If you choose to participate, your responses will be completely confidential and anonymous. No identifying information will be recorded. For any questions or concerns regarding this project or your rights as a participant you can contact me any time via email at caroline.cummingsnevada.unr.edu . Also, if you would like to send this study on to any other social services workers you know, it would be very helpful. Survey link: https://unrpsych.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bggCdGP3IjgP8AR Thank you in advance for your consideration in participation of this study. Sincerely, Caroline Cummings (Co-Principal Investigator) Jonathan Singer, MA (Co-Principal Investigator) & Lorraine Benuto, Ph.D (Co-Investigator)