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Resource Submission Form

To suggest a resource (survey, study protocol, data dictionary, or other associated material) for inclusion in the Disaster Research Response (DR2) Resources Portal repository, please fill out the form below as completely as possible. Your suggestion will be reviewed for appropriateness for inclusion. Additional information on field/option criteria can be found in the DR2 Criteria Document.

By submitting this information, you are indicating that you are authorized to make this information publicly available on the DR2 Resources Portal. Thank you for helping to build the repository!

All required fields have the word (Required) after the label.

Resource Description

Title of the Resource. Do not begin the title with “A, An, or The.”
Subtitle of the Resource. Do not include subtitles in the main title field.
The online location of the Resource. If the Resource is not currently available online, please indicate below and upload a file of the Resource at the end of this form (.doc, .pdf., .xls, etc.). Related Resources can also be uploaded at the end of this form.
Please provide a brief summary (maximum of 1,000 characters) describing the Resource. In particular, include information not covered by other fields in this form (e.g., major modules, study design, past use, IRB status, etc). For an example description, see Fordham University's Coronavirus Victimization Distress Scale.
URL of the institution where the Resource was created. (Not the URL to the exact location of the Resource itself).

Source(s) of funding or in-kind support for the Resource. Select all that apply.

(Separate items by commas)
(Do not use spaces within a grant number. Separate items by commas. If no grant number available, enter N/A.)
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(Do not use spaces within a grant number. Separate items by commas. If no grant number available, enter N/A.)
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(Do not use spaces within a grant number. Separate items by commas. If no grant number available, enter N/A.)

Individual, office, or group typically associated with the Resource as the Contact for questions pertaining to its content or use. Email is preferred over URL if available.

Information pertaining to fees and permissions. Note: the DR2 Portal highly encourages submission of resources that are open access and free for use by the public.

Common Data Elements Used
Does this resource integrate Common Data Elements (CDEs)?

Other surveys, documents, guidances, templates, etc. Do not list CDEs in this field. (Separate items by commas)
Date the Resource was originally published/made available for use. Date format should be MM/DD/YYYY. If the day is unknown please write MM/01/YYYY. If the month is also unknown please write 01/01/YYYY.

Resource Use

Information on types of persons who are appropriate to administer the Resource to study participants (not the study participant, except in the case of Self-Administered).

Options in this category are assigned based on the table below. For each option (Easy, Moderate, Difficult), a resource must meet the requirements in at least two of the boxes in the column beneath that option.

Easy Moderate Difficult
<25 questions and/or
<15 minutes to complete
25-60 questions and/or
15-25 minutes to complete
>61 questions and
>30 minutes to complete
Self-administered, or Requires no special training or equipment Self-administered, or Requires some special training, or Easily accessible equipment or facility Requires above-average levels of training (often a graduate or professional degree)
Resource is free and publicly available Requires owner’s permission, or low to moderate cost Requires purchase, or Not available to general public, or Requires proof of profession or affiliation

Does this Resource have electronic data capture capability.

If this Resource has been scored for ease of text readability, please indicate level.

Languages in which the Resource is available. Select all that apply.

Please indicate if resource is an outcome of a specific research field or funding program.

Resource Research Focus

Population for which a Resource was created or for which its use is appropriate to collect data. This tag is NOT used to indicate the inclusion of a demographic question in a Resource. If multiple populations are indicated or typically included in a study population, select all that apply. If no specific population is indicated, select General.

The type of event for which a Resource would be appropriate for use. Event Types specified in a Resource's title or description should always be selected. If a Resource is focused on one Event Type but also contains elements applicable for use in other Event Types, select all relevant options (e.g., If a survey focused on a hurricane also asks about flooding impacts, select both Hurricane AND Flood).

Resource includes a major component (e.g., multiple questions or a module/section) focused on exposure to a given agent or agents. Select all that apply.

Resource includes a major component (e.g., multiple questions or a module/section) focused on a particular organ system or health impact. Select all that apply.

Select all that apply.

Resource Uploads

Please indicate any related components of the main Resource that you are submitting (e.g., institution webpage, dataverse.org, ICPSR, etc.) and the URL for each item, if available.




This type of Related Resource should be used for websites that aggregate multiple Related Resources (See e.g.,: https://hrs.isr.umich.edu/documentation) or for additional information you wish to provide that does not fit within another of the Related Resource types. Please provide the name of the website or other documentation.

Please provide the name of any open access dataset(s) related to your submission. Note that the DR2 Resources Portal will not host datasets. Please do not attach actual data files.

Drop files to attach, or browse (less than 20 MB).

If you need help with your submission, please send email to dr2@niehs.nih.gov.

Files within the Disaster Research Response (DR2) Resources Portal may not be 508-compliant. If you need help accessing a specific file please contact dr2@niehs.nih.gov. NIEHS is working to make all files fully accessible and conformant.

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