Public Health Practices Web Survey

Hello! Your feedback is very important to us as we continue to improve the Public Health Practices Web site. Your answers to 18 questions will ensure we provide the necessary tools and strategies to help you respond to health consequences of disasters and emergencies. All questions are optional. Answers will remain anonymous.  There are three parts that should only take a couple of minutes to complete: (1) demographic, (2) experience with the site, and (3) social media. Thank you!

 

 

The first five questions will help us know more about who is using the site, so we can best meet information needs.

 

 
1.

Please tell us who you are:

 

Public health professional
Healthcare administrator
Higher education professional
Government professional
Community-based organization professional
Business/private sector professional
Other  
2.

What is your job title?

 

 

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3.

Do you work for a state public health agency?

Yes
No
4.

How did you first learn about the Public Health Practices (PHP) Web site?

 

ASTHO announcement or email
CIDRAP announcement or email
Colleague sent me a link
Google search
Attending a meeting
Newsetter
Other  
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5.

What is the primary reason you use the PHP Web site?

 

 

 

350 characters left.

The next 10 questions are about your experience using the Public Health Practices Web site.

 

 

 
6.

Has information from a practice on our site helped you or your organization:

 

 Yes No I don't know   
Save time   
Save resources (budget, staff)   
Influence decision-making   
Other   
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  • 500 characters left.
7.

What specific tasks bring you to our site? (Please check all that apply.)

Finding ideas to use in requests for funding
Searching for practices to adapt to your jurisdiction
Looking for ways to promote your agency's work
Submitting a practice
Learning about what other agencies or jurisdictions are doing
Finding evidence to support an idea, project, or proposal
Researching a specific topic or hazard
Other  
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  • 500 characters left.
8.

Do you find information on our site that you can’t easily find elsewhere?

 

Yes
No
I don't know
Other  
  • Comment:

  • 500 characters left.
9.

What other sites with similar content do you visit?

 

 

350 characters left.
10.

Have you made any new connections or partnerships based on something you learned from one of the practices on the site?

 

Yes
No
11.

Please rate your level of satisfaction with the following aspects of the Web site:

 Very satisfied Somewhat satisfied Neutral Somewhat dissatisfied Very dissatisfied 
Quality of practices
Number of practices
Timeliness of information
Reliability of information
Usefulness
Appearance
Ease of finding what you need
Ease of requesting help
Guidelines and tools for submitting practices
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12.

Overall, how satisfied are you with the Web site?

 

Very satisfied
Somewhat satisfied
Neutral
Somewhat dissatisfied
Very dissatisfied
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  • 500 characters left.
13.

Were you aware that practices can be submitted for review and possible posting on our site?

 

Yes
No
14.

What factors are most likely to discourage you from submitting a practice to our site?

 

It's not something I would think about doing
It takes too long to figure out how
It takes too long fill out the form
I don't know if I have a 'best' practice
I don't know what you're looking for in a practice
Other  
15.

What factors would encourage you to submit a practice?

 

 

Understanding how submitting a practice might benefit my organization
Requests for specific topics (eg, pandemic preparedness, at-risk populations)
A deadline
A brief video or slide share that gives easy, clear instructions
Other  
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  • 500 characters left.
16.

What suggestions do you have for improving our Web site to better meet your needs?

 

350 characters left.

The next two questions will help us know how to make best our use of social media.

 

 
17.

What type of social media do you actively use for professional purposes?

 

Twitter
Facebook
LinkedIn
GovLoop
RSS feed
None of these
Other  
18.

How likely would you be to read a blog on our Web site with posts about the following:

 Very likely Maybe Not likely   
Lessons learned from challenging real events   
A tool or resource recommended by a peer in the field   
Recap from a good learning session you could not attend   
Talking points from proposals that got funded   
Clever way an agency is using social media or software   
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One last question

 

 
19.

We are considering adding user testimonials to our Web site. May we contact you to participate?

 


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