Open Access Research Protocol and Question Bank

Intake Form

Members of CADAN invite all researchers and disaster professionals to download and use our new Research Protocol and Question Bank.
To help us better understand who uses these open source resources, please fill out the following form.

    We ask that you abide by the protocol and research guidelines, including the ethical statement in the protocol, prior to using the interview and survey questions. The questions are intended to serve as either an additional body of questions that can be added to an existing research project, or as the basis for a stand-alone project. If you are beginning a new, stand-alone project, you will need to broaden the scope of the questions so that you understand that prior disaster and its impact on the community you are working in. It is our recommendation that you carefully review the wording of the questions and the annotations and instructions associated with them so that you can ensure that they will be appropriate for your particular research and still accomplish the aims of the questions. We require that you check each of the following to indicate your agreement:

    Attribution
    CADAN [Culture and Disaster Action Network]. 2020. Cumulative Effects of Successive Disasters Research Protocol. CONVERGE COVID-19 Working Groups for Public Health and Social Sciences Research. Working Group: Katherine E. Browne and Caela O’Connell (leads), Alexa Dietrick, A.J. Faas, Alessandra Jerolleman, Adam Koons, Julie Maldonado, Keely Maxwell, Laura Yoder, Laura Olson, Namrita Singh (members)

    This COVID-19 Working Group effort was supported by the National Science Foundation-funded Social Science Extreme Events Research (SSEER) Network and the CONVERGE facility at the Natural Hazards Center at the University of Colorado Boulder (NSF Award #1841338). Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF, SSEER, or CONVERGE.