LiU iGEM 2014 Survey
Number of responding members
1. How many in your team are allergic to peanuts?
2. How many people do you know that are allergic to peanuts?
3. How do you think the situation is for allergic people in your country?
Very bad (if there aren't any adrenalin-shots available and food products containing nuts are not labelled in grocery stores.)
Bad (adrenaline is difficult to get and some food products are labelled and controlled for peanuts.)
Ok (adrenaline shots are readily available and some food products are labelled and controlled for peanuts.)
Good (adrenaline shots are readily available and all food products are clearly labelled and controlled for peanuts.)
Very good (adrenaline shots are readily available, all food products are clearly labelled and controlled for peanuts and public areas (eg. schools, public transportation, pubs) have banned peanuts)
4. How dangerous is it for a citizen with a peanut allergy in your country to live day-to-day life?
Not dangerous at all
5. How does your society deal with nuts in public areas? Choose one or more of the alternatives below.
Nuts are banned at pubs and bars
Nuts are banned on public transportation services (Trains/buses/taxis/airplanes, etc.)
Nuts are banned in classrooms/ school lunchrooms/ School premises
Nuts are banned in the workplace
6. When making daily lifestyle choices (like eating a snack containing nuts in public) do you take into consideration the health of allergic individuals in your surroundings?
7. Do you believe that peanut allergies are increasing in prevalence in your country?
8. Other comments
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