Epidemic-Pandemic impacts Inventory (EPII)

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Description: The Epidemic-Pandemic Impacts Inventory (EPII; Grasso, Briggs-Gowan, Ford, & Carter, 2020) is a newly developed measure designed to assess negative and positive impacts of the coronavirus disease pandemic (and future epidemics/pandemics) on various domains of personal and family life. Items assess impact in areas that include: Work and Employment, Education and Training, Home Life, Social Activities, Economic, Emotional Health and Wellbeing, Physical Health Problems, Physical Distancing and Quarantine, Infection History, and Positive Change. Items assess impact in areas that include: Work and Employment, Education and Training, Home Life, Social Activities, Economic, Emotional Health and Wellbeing, Physical Health Problems, Physical Distancing and Quarantine, Infection History, and Positive Change. Items follow a simple response set of Yes (me), Yes (person in home), No, and N/A. A Spanish translation has been developed following a rigorous process of translation and back-translation by several individuals.

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