In October 2021, I sent a survey to the YLE audience. Over 77,000 of you responded. In fact, we temporarily “broke” Google Forms because there was so much traffic.
Your responses were absolutely instrumental in helping me understand the YLE audience, the content you were most interested in, and how you were using this information. It pushed me to reflect on this journey and brainstorm if and where this should go. Whatever “this” is.
It’s been more than a year and I would like to touch base again. The survey is mainly the same questions, with a few tweaks. It will take you less than 5 minutes to complete. It’s anonymous, and it will help me more than you know. Just like last time, I’ll be excited to share the results with you again.
You can take the survey HERE.
Thank you for your ongoing support and for pushing and challenging me to become a better scientist and communicator. It’s been (and continues to be) the honor of a lifetime to provide this service to my community.
“Your Local Epidemiologist (YLE)” is written by Dr. Katelyn Jetelina, MPH PhD—an epidemiologist, data scientist, wife, and mom of two little girls. During the day she works at a nonpartisan health policy think tank and is a senior scientific consultant to a number of organizations, including the CDC. At night she writes this newsletter. Her main goal is to “translate” the ever-evolving public health science so that people will be well equipped to make evidence-based decisions. This newsletter is free thanks to the generous support of fellow YLE community members. To support this effort, subscribe below:
Thank you for making "social political views" and "fiscal political views" two separate questions.
Thank you for your continued effort to giving us the proper information. I filled out the survey, but I wanted to also make a comment that you will hopefully take constructively.
I can't speak for everyone, but one of the reasons I was willing to pay the money for the subscription was the inclusion of the comments section. I am guessing many others have done this as well. There are often many great comments and questions here, but it seems like you rarely answer questions or comment here. I think we understand that you are busy, but is it possible to be a bit more involved in the discussion after your informative posts? I think it would be quite helpful and appreciated by many. Thank you!