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Ateneo de Davao University
School of Nursing
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LETTER OF APPROVAL
February 16, 2013

Patria V. Manalaysay RN, MAN, PhD
Dean, School of Nursing

Dear Ma’am,
In line with our thesis research, we the group 5 of BSN 3A will be conducting one of the following studies: * “Awareness on health practices and the prevalence of smoking among the 5th year engineering students and 4th year student nurses of Ateneo de Davao University” * “The effects of playing classical music among the students and teacher during class” * “Paraphernalias and parakit bag as a carrier of infective microbes” * “The potability of the water supply of the Ateneo de Davao University college facilities” * “The relationship of teenage pregnancy and dropout rates of Maa Central High School”
In order for the student researchers to spearhead the commencement of the study, One of the mentioned topics is in need of your approval.
Hoping for your positive approval,

Yours truly,

Condenuevo, Stephen Ryad
Guinaid, Johara
Magsipoc, Krismer Noel
Manuel, Marjorie
Martin, Roselle

Noted by: Approved by:

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Ma. Nelia Ruta RN, MN Patria V. Manalaysay RN, MAN, PhD Thesis Coordinator Dean, School of Nursing

Ateneo de Davao University
School of Nursing
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PERMISSION TO CONDUCT STUDY
February 16, 2013

Patria V. Manalaysay RN, MAN, PhD
Dean, School of Nursing

Dear Ma’am,
We, the student researchers from group 5 of BSN section 3A will be conducting a thesis research entitled “Awareness on health practices and the prevalence of smoking among the 5th year engineering students and 4th year student nurses of Ateneo de Davao University”. In line with this, we would like to ask for your kind permission

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