The authors wish to thank the survey participants. The authors also wish to acknowledge Norman Chandler Hardman, Dave Dobrzynski, and Sade Arinze for participation in the survey pilot, and Pamela Watts, Michael Beasley, Ashley Haston, and Ted Anderson for their assistance with the survey recruitment.
Author contributions: Study concept and design: Lewis, Weaver, Sandler, Horn, Massion, Tindle. Data curation and investigation: Lewis, Chen, Horn, Massion, Tindle. Data analysis and interpretation: Lewis, Chen, Weaver, Massion, Roumie, Tindle. Manuscript preparation: All authors. Final approval of manuscript: All authors.
Disclosures: The authors have not received any financial consideration from any person or organization to support the preparation, analysis, results, or discussion of this article.
Funding: This material is based on work supported by the Office of Academic Affiliations, VA National Quality Scholars Program, with resources and use of facilities at Veterans Health Administration – Tennessee Valley Healthcare System, Nashville, Tennessee.
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