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Many thanks to Suzan Kardong-Edgren, PhD, RN (Washington State University) and Kevin Kenward, PhD, MA, (NCSBN) for survey design and manuscript review and to Pam Jeffries, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF (Johns Hopkins University) and Nancy Spector (NCSBN) for assistance with designing the survey. Additional thanks to Catherine Maney, MS, APN, CNS (Northern Illinois University), Donna Semar, PhD, RN (University of Arizona), Fred Brown, DNP, RN, ONC (Rush University), Jeanne Cleary, BSN, MA, RN (Ridgewater College), and Christine Thomas, PhD, RN (West Chester University) for piloting the survey and to Richard Smiley, MS, MA, for assistance with database management.