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May 10, 2019 2:40 PM | Anonymous

Hello fellow acupuncturist colleagues who have participated in:

  • The WA State L&I Acupuncture Pilot as providers these past couple years
  • Or, didn’t get in on the 2-week registration crush in August 2017 but still participated in the L&I Pilot learning resources

I have a time-sensitive request:
Would you complete this survey this week? https://forms.gle/C6YFQQ8ckMxiGN2a9

What this is:
I worked with Lisa Taylor-Swanson, PhD, LAc, to create this survey for the acupuncturists who participated in the WA state L&I Acupuncture Pilot. Lisa will be doing a poster presentation on the Workers’ Comp Pilot at the late June 2019 Society of Acupuncture Research (SAR) conference. The goal is to have the data finished in the next couple weeks so she can have the numbers crunched and useful for her poster or verbal presentation information.

I drafted this as a post-course survey to help me learn what, of the resources I created, was most useful to those who engaged with them. Then, Lisa made the survey better and relevant to the Pilot as a whole. The survey collects some basic demographics and then dives into: what resources you used and had access to, what you found most helpful, and room to share your experiences of the Pilot.

What I will do with the survey results
I’ll share the de-identified (removed names and email addresses) with Lisa, the WEAMA board, and Zach Gray (the WA State L&I Acupuncture Pilot Lead), when the results/data are finished.

How you can help

1. Fill out the survey yourself about your experience this week.

2. Please share this survey link with other colleagues who participated in the L&I Acupuncture Pilot and/or the Pilot education resources: https://forms.gle/C6YFQQ8ckMxiGN2a9

Due date: ideally, this week. However, no later than May 20th, 2019.

I think the survey takes about 15 minutes to fill out. However, when you get a chance at it, please let me know a better time estimation. You can email me at megankgale@outlook.com

Thank you for participating in the pilot and being an important part of the work to change workers’ comp policy in WA state!!

I am looking forward to learning from your feedback!

Thank you for filling out this time-sensitive survey.

~Megan Kingsley Gale, MSAOM, EAMP/LAc, LMT

Creator of the extra resources for LAc s in the WA state L&I Acupuncture Pilot (10.2017 WEAMA L&I workshop at Bastyr University, Tuesday Trainings, Workers’ Comp Toolkit: A Practitioner perspective)

You can still access all these resources for no cost (with the WEAMA coupon code) at https://hospital-practice-basics.teachable.com/p/lni-acupuncture-pilot-project-wa-state-documentation-training