I am collaborating with one of my medical school colleagues at the University of New Mexico, working with the division of Hospital Medicine. We are currently distributing a survey to understand the attitude of healthcare professions towards upcoming COVID vaccine.
This survey would take about five minutes of your time, and would help us tremendously. Please see below message from the Principle investigator himself.
Please click here for the survey: https://ctsctrials.health.unm.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=3PLH8XAFEY
Your participation is highly appreciated. If you have any issues accessing this link, please let me know. Thanks.
Assistant Professor-Clinical, Hospitalist
Division of General and Hospital Medicine
University of Texas Health at San Antonio
Survey on "Attitude of healthcare professionals/staff working in health care setting towards upcoming COVID-19 Vaccine"
I am Dr. Rahul Shekhar, Assistant Professor with the Department of Internal Medicine. Here at UNM, we are conducting a research survey on 'Attitude of healthcare professionals/staff working in a health care setting towards upcoming COVID-19 Vaccine' and would greatly appreciate your help in this regard. With several COVID-19 vaccine candidates in development, we want to learn what are the main factors that healthcare workers would consider when choosing to receive the vaccine.
This is an online survey, takes less than five minutes to complete and no personally identifiable information will be collected. Our study population is all adults (Age 18 years or greater) working in the healthcare setting with or without direct patient contact. This research survey has been approved by UNMH IRB (20-515).
The survey can be accessed through the link below or by pasting the link in the web browser. This is a 3 page survey, please fill all the pages to include your opinion. Please feel free to forward this invitation to your friends, colleagues, and schools.
Thank you for helping us further our understanding!
Please do not hesitate to reach out to me for any questions or clarifications.
Rahul Shekhar, M.B.B.S, MD
Assistant professor, Department of Internal Medicine
University of New Mexico School of Medicine