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General terms and conditions of participation

In the context of TELL ME project, we carry out this survey to assess the communication requirements during infectious disease outbreaks. More specifically, this research study makes an effort to determine the information needs and communication requirements for stakeholders, in the event of an infectious disease outbreak.

The present questionnaire aims at collecting data from an array of different stakeholders in the field, to gain better insight and diverse perspectives on communication requirements. Note that you are requested to respond only on your own individual capacity, expressing personal views and opinions, and your responses will not commit in any manner your organisation.
The present questionnaire makes a multi-scale assessment of certain characteristics and features of outbreak communication, concerning the type of information made available to the general public, issues of trust and transparency, the role of the media and ways in which a more effective communication could be achieved as an outcome of appropriately tailored messages for specific groups of stakeholders.

Your participation in this survey is completely voluntary and you have the right to withdraw at any time, without providing a reason or having further repercussions. Your responses in this questionnaires will be confidential, and collected data will be stored in a password protected electronic format by the project coordinator, and will be erased upon completion of the TELL ME project.
The results of this survey will be used for scholarly purposes only and will be shared in aggregated format within the TELL ME consortium and the EC services.

Responding participants will receive a draft version of the report, including the survey findings for final validation, and any feedback received will be further integrated before this report is officially submitted to the European Commission.

Please fill the questionnaire.

Thank you very much for your collaboration.