by Lone Sheep Publishing on Wednesday February 09 2022
Things have been very difficult across British Columbia over the past few years, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, wildfires, heat domes and flooding.
There is a team of researchers from the Centre for Rural Health Research, Department of Family Practice, University of British Columbia that have observed community resilience and ingenuity in response to these challenges.
Times have been difficult, but many have risen to the occasion.
This team of researchers would like to better understand the resilience that has been seen and recognize the best way to do this is through the voices of British Columbians.
A survey has been started to help understand in more depth resilience across British Columbia.
By answering this completely anonymous and voluntary survey, the public will be providing insight into resilience, and the information that will be used to assist British Columbian communities and other places become more resilient.
The survey should take no more than 30 minutes and participants may be entered into a prize draw for one of five $200 gift cards.
In order to complete the survey, please go to this online web address.
The survey is open until February 27, 2022.
Questions about the survey can be answered by Research Coordinator, Claire Styffe at email@example.com.
The study is funded by the SPOR BC SUPPORT Unit and the principal investigator is Dr. Jude Kornelsen. To learn more you can visit the website here.