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An Anonymous Survey for Parents and Dance Instructors of Ballet Dancers en Pointe
Members of the Sport Specialization Research Interest Group of the Pediatric Research in Sports Medicine (PRiSM) Society have developed a 10-minute electronic survey to better understand criteria commonly used to assess pointe-readiness. Any instructors or parents of ballet dancers can participate in this one-time survey.
Please click the following link to learn more about this research study: https://redcap.link/tiucsj30
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