Wildlife researchers, undergraduate students from the University of Northern British Columbia, and emergency medicine physicians have teamed up to create and exciting new group called the Health Impacts of Moose and Deer Vehicle Collisions (HIMDVC) Research Group.
The research group is looking for participants in a new survey.
The survey focuses on factors that may have led to the moose-and-deer collision, as well as the emotional, psychological, and physiological health impacts that result.
The survey takes about 15 minutes, is confidential, and participants will be invited to enter a draw for a $20 Tim Horton’s gift card.
The survey can be found at http://fluidsurveys.com/s/mdvcNorthernBC/.