University of Chicago / Rx Response Pandemic Preparedness Survey

Rx Response has been approached by researchers at the University of Chicago who are seeking information on private and public sector planning for future pandemic outbreaks. We are hoping that you, our members and stakeholders, will be willing to share just a few moments of your time to answer a short, anonymous survey on your organization's current pandemic planning. 

Please feel free to share this survey link with colleagues both within and outside of the Healthcare and Public Sector / pharmaceutical supply chain.

We at Rx Response appreciate your support for the researcher's work, and, as always, are here for you!

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Janet Toliver and Jim Williams

March 26, 2015

Business Planning for Pandemics

 

This week’s guest blog post is from Jim Williams and Janet Toliver, the University of Chicago researchers that will be analyzing the results of the Pandemic Preparedness Survey. Here are their thoughts on why they are researching this topic:

 

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