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This survey is intended to capture licensed professionals' 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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