Pretest Survey Question

Pretest Survey Question

Pretest Survey Question

Purpose: This assignment aims to prepare you to collect data for your DNP project.  As part of that preparation you will create a simple survey, plan for your data analysis, and develop a participant information sheet.  You will complete it with the following information:


  1. Create a unique method for your participant to identify themselves to link their pre-test and post-test responses without revealing their identity to you.
  • The identifier should be something the participant can readily recall but not identifiable to you.
  • An example would be First three letters of your mother’s first name, the first 3 numbers of your driver’s license, and the last three letters of the street you grew up on.
  • An example of how this would look is: jes123dge
    • The mother’s first name is: Jessica
    • Driver’s license begins with 123
    • The street grew up on Breckenridge

Identify a planned descriptive data analysis for each question

  1. Write 5 questions for your peers.  This is to help you gain practice for your DNP project. You will need to fulfill the following criteria:
    • The five questions should have one the following levels of measurement:
      • One nominal question.
      • One ordinal question.
      • One interval question.
      • One ratio question.
      • One qualitative question.
    • At least ONE demographic question.
    • At least ONE question that is subjective and could (or will change) based on the day (such as mood, weather temperature, tiredness, comfortable clothes).
    • NO specialty specific questions (i.e., don’t ask specific NICU questions – all classmates are from different specialty backgrounds and would not be able to answer).
    • NO political questions
    • Identify a planned descriptive data analysis for each question.

Measures of central tendency


  1. Discuss how you are going to protect your participants’ data.
    • Review the Belmont Report.
    • This is the informed consent portion.
    • Even when not collecting identifiable information, you need to provide specific details (i.e., Information sheet).
    • Identify a planned descriptive data analysis for each question. measures of central tendency, cross tabs, frequency counts, correlations, etc.
      Refer to Laerd Statistics if you need help with descriptive statistics.

Calculate the Price

Approximately 250 words

Total price (USD) $: 10.99