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This survey is intended to capture administrators' opinions about the prospect for a new credentialing program. 
The proposed Pulmonary Disease Educator credential would recognize successful candidates from a variety of professional backgrounds with a designation to be used after their names along with degrees, licenses, and other credentials to signify competence in the specialty area.  

Credential achievement would be based on a standardized examination that tests the knowledge and skills of individuals who educate those with pulmonary symptoms or disease, their families, or caregivers .
Your responses to this survey will help to decide whether the credentialing program should move forward.  
If you experience difficulties or have questions, please contact Jennifer Benavente at PDE.Study@nbrc.org.
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