Colorado Women's Alliance Survey

Women make most of the healthcare decisions in their family and are considered the leaders in the community for information and guidance on health care.

The Colorado Women’s Alliance research has identified accessible healthcare as one of the top issues for Colorado women this year.  Women have been amongst the first to get the vaccine nationwide, with more than 75 percent of healthcare workers being female (National Women’s Law Center,) and still some, particularly women of color, are hesitant to embrace it.

The Colorado Women’s Alliance plans to convene town hall meetings, bringing together experts who can answer questions that women might have about the Covid-19 vaccines.  The town hall meetings will be held during Women’s History Month in March.  We’re asking for your help in determining what information you’d like to have and who you’d like to hear from.  The Alliance will bring in experts, based on your responses on what you need to know and who you would trust to provide information.

Thank you for your participation.

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* 1. What is your gender?

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* 2. What is your age bracket?

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* 3. What is your ethnicity?

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* 4. What is your zip code?

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* 5. Are you planning to get a COVID-19 vaccination when it’s available to you?

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* 6. If not, why not?

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* 7. Do you live in a multi-generational household?

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* 8. Are others in your family looking to you for guidance on whether to get the vaccine?

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* 9. Who do you trust most when making healthcare decisions?

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* 10. The Colorado Women’s Alliance plans to convene a Town Hall meeting to allow participants to ask direct questions of experts on the COVID-19 vaccination. Who would you MOST like to see on the panel?

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