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Message ID: 8065
Date: 2009-02-16

Author:JCMarion

Subject:research survey

Dear list member

The link listed below is to a survey on the challenges to research with sexually abused children which I am completing as a doctoral dissertation at Columbia University School of Nursing. I am hoping that, as a person with an interest in this field, you will take a few minutes to complete the survey which has approval of the Institutional Review Board at Columbia. Further information about the survey is available below the link which you are welcome to review prior to accessing the survey. Thank you for your time.

Phyllis K. Marion DNSc(cand), RN, CPNP



https://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=qdAUm_2b6aNrLcE_2fixp7ZkYA_3d_3d



Challenges to Research in Child Sexual Abuse

Survey Information Letter

Study Title: Perceptions of Challenges to Research of Child Sexual Abuse Among Professionals Working in the Field

Principal Co-Investigators: Mary W. Byrne, Ph.D., MPH, FAAN

Phyllis K. Marion, DNSc (cand), CPNP

Introduction:

You are being invited as a member of one of the following groups-Cornell Child Maltreatment list serv, the National Children’s Alliance, or the Child Maltreatment SIG of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP), to participate in an anonymous survey about opinions regarding research in the area of child sexual abuse. This study is being conducted by Phyllis K. Marion, DNSc (cand), CPNP as part of her doctoral dissertation. Mary W. Byrne, Ph.D., MPH, FAAN, of the Columbia University School of Nursing is the faculty advisor and dissertation sponsor.

Purpose of the study:

The purpose of the study is to examine the challenges of research in the area of child sexual abuse as seen by the professionals working in the field. It also addresses future research needs in assessment of additional risk factors of sexual abuse and the need for research at the point of the child’s disclosure of the abuse.

Background:

Child sexual abuse affects about 10% of the children reported to have been abused each year in the U.S. Research with this vulnerable population of children can pose several problems such as access, complying with state and federal laws, legal issues, and rigorous review by approving agencies. It is not known the extent to which these requirements limit or facilitate research. Experiences of professionals in the field in regard to research planned and completed can further the development of future research projects.

Duration of Participation:

The survey will take between 5-15 minutes of your time to complete depending on whether or not your professional activities included research.

Number of Participants:

There are over 1500 members in these 3 groups who will be sent the survey.

Voluntary Participation:

Completing the survey is entirely voluntary. Consent is implied if you choose to respond.

You are free to choose not to participate or to stop completing the survey at any point for whatever reason. You may elect not to answer any question; however completing each question will add meaning to the research. The survey does not need to be completed all at once, however when submitted, you will not be able to reenter to change answers.

For more information about this research study, or if you experience any discomfort from your participation, please contact Phyllis Marion at 80 Wheeler Road, Central Islip, New York, USA 11722, telephone 631-439-0480.

If you have any question about your rights as a research subject or have concerns or complaints, please contact:

Institutional Review Board

Columbia University Medical Center

722 West 168th Street, 4th floor

New York, NY 10032

Telephone number- 212-305-5883



Please clink on the link below to access the survey on Survey Monkey. Thank you for your participation.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=qdAUm_2b6aNrLcE_2fixp7ZkYA_3d_3d











Dear list member

The link listed below is to a survey on the challenges to research with sexually abused children which I am completing as a doctoral dissertation at Columbia University School of Nursing. I am hoping that, as a person with an interest in this field, you will take a few minutes to complete the survey which has approval of the Institutional Review Board at Columbia. Further information about the survey is available below the link which you are welcome to review prior to accessing the survey. Thank you for your time.

Phyllis K. Marion DNSc(cand), RN, CPNP



https://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=qdAUm_2b6aNrLcE_2fixp7ZkYA_3d_3d



Challenges to Research in Child Sexual Abuse

Survey Information Letter

Study Title: Perceptions of Challenges to Research of Child Sexual Abuse Among Professionals Working in the Field

Principal Co-Investigators: Mary W. Byrne, Ph.D., MPH, FAAN

Phyllis K. Marion, DNSc (cand), CPNP

Introduction:

You are being invited as a member of one of the following groups-Cornell Child Maltreatment list serv, the National Children’s Alliance, or the Child Maltreatment SIG of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP), to participate in an anonymous survey about opinions regarding research in the area of child sexual abuse. This study is being conducted by Phyllis K. Marion, DNSc (cand), CPNP as part of her doctoral dissertation. Mary W. Byrne, Ph.D., MPH, FAAN, of the Columbia University School of Nursing is the faculty advisor and dissertation sponsor.

Purpose of the study:

The purpose of the study is to examine the challenges of research in the area of child sexual abuse as seen by the professionals working in the field. It also addresses future research needs in assessment of additional risk factors of sexual abuse and the need for research at the point of the child’s disclosure of the abuse.

Background:

Child sexual abuse affects about 10% of the children reported to have been abused each year in the U.S. Research with this vulnerable population of children can pose several problems such as access, complying with state and federal laws, legal issues, and rigorous review by approving agencies. It is not known the extent to which these requirements limit or facilitate research. Experiences of professionals in the field in regard to research planned and completed can further the development of future research projects.

Duration of Participation:

The survey will take between 5-15 minutes of your time to complete depending on whether or not your professional activities included research.

Number of Participants:

There are over 1500 members in these 3 groups who will be sent the survey.

Voluntary Participation:

Completing the survey is entirely voluntary. Consent is implied if you choose to respond.

You are free to choose not to participate or to stop completing the survey at any point for whatever reason. You may elect not to answer any question; however completing each question will add meaning to the research. The survey does not need to be completed all at once, however when submitted, you will not be able to reenter to change answers.

For more information about this research study, or if you experience any discomfort from your participation, please contact Phyllis Marion at 80 Wheeler Road, Central Islip, New York, USA 11722, telephone 631-439-0480.

If you have any question about your rights as a research subject or have concerns or complaints, please contact:

Institutional Review Board

Columbia University Medical Center

722 West 168th Street, 4th floor

New York, NY 10032

Telephone number- 212-305-5883



Please clink on the link below to access the survey on Survey Monkey. Thank you for your participation.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=qdAUm_2b6aNrLcE_2fixp7ZkYA_3d_3d