Do I have to use the ACHA letter of invitation/consent as provided in the Users Manual?
ACHA offers an example letter of invitation/consent in the Users Manual, which you may edit to meet the specific needs of your campus or requirements of your IRB. Whether or not you choose to use the example letter of Invitation/consent, you must provide ACHA with the exact text of your letter of invitation/consent as well as the exact text you wish to use in reminder messages sent to non-responders. You must additionally provide a subject line for the e-mail containing the letter of invitation/consent or reminder letter of invitation/consent. The standard subject line used is ACHA-National College Health Assessment (ACHA-NCHA), but you may want to personalize the subject line to include your school name so your students know the communication is connected with your college/university.
- I provided all of the required documentation to the consulate, adhering to ZVSs instructions to the letter, and the consulate still came back to me with additional requirements. Why?
- Do I have to use the ACHA letter of invitation/consent as provided in the Users Manual?
- What technical support is provided for HELIOS users?