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Texas A&M University (TAMU) Rapid Acquisition of Pre- and Post- Incident Disaster Data (RAPIDD)

Research Protocol
Publicly Available, No Cost
The Texas A&M University (TAMU) Rapid Acquisition of Pre- and Post- Incident Disaster Data (RAPIDD) Protocol was developed as a tool for researchers interested in gaining rapid IRB approval for studies involving environmental or natural disasters. The TAMU RAPIDD includes a protocol, information sheet, consent script, environmental sampling methods, and surveys all to be used during study development/implementation. (keywords: fire, fires, wildfire, wildfires)

Additional Descriptors

  • Trained Non-Expert
  • N/A
    • N/A
      • Easy
      • English
        • 1-25
        • Research Protocol
          • General, Age
            • Age: Adult
            • Chemical, Contamination or Release Event, Extreme Weather-Related Event, Geologic Event, Humanitarian Event, Infectious Disease Outbreak, Large-Scale Accident, Large-Scale Violence or Terrorism, Radiation, Contamination or Release Event
              • Extreme Weather-Related Event: Drought, Flood, Hurricane, Temperature, Tornado or Wind Storm, Wildfire
                • Geologic Event: Earthquake, Landslide, Volcanic Eruption
                • Biological or Infectious Agent, Chemical Agent, Physical or Violence Agent, Radiological Agent
                  • Biological or Infectious Agent: Allergen, Bacteria, Mold/Fungus, Virus
                    • Virus: Dengue, Ebola, H1N1, Influenza, SARS-CoV-2, SARS-CoV-1, MERS, West Nile Virus, Zika Virus
                    • Chemical Agent: Air Pollutant, Asbestos, Hormone Disruptor or Hormone Mimic, Metal, Mixture, Nanomaterial, Pesticide/Herbicide/Fungicide
                      • Air Pollutant: Carbon Monoxide, Ground Level Ozone, Particulate Matter, Polyaromatic Hydrocarbon
                    • Physical or Violence Agent: Bomb or Improvised Explosive Device (IED), Debris, Noise
                    • Injury, Mental Health or Well-Being
                      • Demographics, Lifestyle or Quality of Life, Perceptions, Social Determinants of Health, Social Support or Resilience
                        • National Institues of Health
                          • National Institues of Health Source Name: NIEHS SRP
                          • National Institues of Health Grant Number: es027704

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