A study was conducted at the University of Alberta
in fall 2006 where all students, support staff, and academic staff received a web-based questionnaire on pandemic influenza to provide evidence that might assist the University of Alberta’s Public Health Response Committee in pandemic planning in the event of a public health crisis.
With the current COVID-19 pandemic, there has been renewed interest in this work and a list of publications appears below. The questionnaire we used is available in Word
formats. We ask that you cite the 2011 Vaccine
publication as the source of the questionnaire as the questionnaire was published as supplemental material for that publication.
- Bailey T, Haines C, Rosychuk RJ, Marrie TJ, Yonge O, Lake R, Herman B, Ammann M. Public engagement on ethical principles in allocating scarce resources during an influenza pandemic. Vaccine, 2011, 29(17), 3111-3117.
- Yonge O, Rosychuk RJ, Bailey T, Lake R, Marrie TJ. Willingness of university nursing students to volunteer during a pandemic. Public Health Nursing, 2010, 27(2): 174-180.
- Rosychuk RJ, Bailey T, Haines C, Lake R, Herman B, Yonge O, Marrie TJ. Willingness to volunteer during an influenza pandemic: perspectives from students and staff at a large Canadian university. Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses, 2008, 2(2): 71-79.
- Herman B, Rosychuk RJ, Bailey T, Lake R, Yonge O, Marrie TJ. Medical students and pandemic influenza. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 2007, 13(11): 1781-1783.
The following paper did not use the questionnaire but is relevant to the topic of the other papers listed above.
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