Please Complete SLU’s COVID-19 Vaccine Survey
March 3, 2021
Dear SLU faculty, staff and students,
Thank you for the outpouring of support yesterday after we announced what we hope will be the start of more opportunities to vaccinate members of our community.
Future COVID-19 vaccine clinics hinge on the success of our first, and we owe a tremendous debt to the clinical and staff volunteers who are making it possible.
In preparation for future clinics, we ask that all full- and part-time faculty, staff and students fill out this survey.
- Already vaccinated? The survey will direct you to a form where you can submit that information.
- Hoping to get vaccinated? The survey will ask you to self identify and attest to where you fall within Missouri’s vaccine prioritization phases and tiers.
While it’s easy to identify those who have patient-facing roles, it is impossible to identify everyone who has an invisible need that puts them at higher risk than others.
- Note: We cannot tell you which category you fall within. We strongly encourage you to review the state guidance and make that discernment based on your own personal circumstances.
This survey will allow our team to start building lists of eligible community members for future vaccine clinics.
We are relying on our entire community to accurately identify the phase/tier into which they fall. This helps ensure that the most vulnerable members of our community are prioritized with the limited number of vaccines we currently have available. Please fill it out by the end of the week.
This survey is only for full- and part-time SLU faculty, staff and students. We hope in the future to expand to loved ones, and will keep you updated when that changes.
Please email email@example.com with any questions.
Stay safe and be well.
Terri Rebmann, Ph.D., RN, CIC, FAPIC
Special Assistant to the President
Director, Institute for Biosecurity
Professor, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
College for Public Health and Social Justice
Rachel Charney, M.D.
Director, SLU Contact Tracing
Director of Disaster Preparedness, SLUCare
Professor, Pediatric Emergency Medicine
School of Medicine
Deborah Horton, RN, M.S.N., M.P.H., PHNA-BC
School of Nursing
Renee Jonas, M.A.
Director, Student Health Center