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[afro-nets] Kind request to complete and share my dissertation survey relevant to health initiatives based in Africa

Dear AFRO-NETS community,

I hope this post finds you well. My name is Temitope 'Temi' Ojo and I am a 5 th 
year Ph.D. student at New York University School of Global Public Health. I 
write to share with you an exciting opportunity to participate in an 
interesting study, evaluating the feasibility of cardiovascular health 
initiatives in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). This is a survey that 
seeks to capture the perception of researchers and implementers (health 
workers, practitioners, administrators, policymakers, and volunteers) like you 
or individuals in your network, on the context-related factors that influence 
the feasible implementation of these initiatives in LMICs, a category most 
African countries fall under.

Your response would provide us with valuable information to develop a scale 
that assesses the feasibility potential of future cardiovascular health 
projects in LMIC settings. You and your network will have free access to this 
scale when completed. This psychometric scale can be integrated into ongoing or 
future African-based projects or platforms as part of a package of tools 
researchers and implementers can use to routinely assess program viability at 
different stages of implementation.

The survey is anonymous and should take no more than 10 minutes to fill. It is 
available in English, French, and Spanish. Please take a few minutes to 
complete this survey here 

If you have any questions about my study or the survey, please do not hesitate 
to reach out to me at or +12036909449.

Thank you so much for your participation and for sharing the survey with your 

Warm regards


Temitope Ojo
Doctoral Candidate
New York University|Global Public Health
Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences

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