JHU Menstrual Products Initiative (MPI): Assessing Fall 2020 Needs, Usage, and Attitudes
Thank you for taking the time to fill out this anonymous Menstrual Products Initiative (MPI) Pilot Program Survey. Your response, during times like these, is as valuable as ever and will change the future of how the university serves its community.
Currently, Wings is planning on rolling out a mini on-campus pilot of more dispensers around campus in order to supplement JHU staff, faculty, students, and community members that will be returning to campus. Although we are in the middle of a pandemic, we would like to continue assisting Hopkins affiliates with their menstrual needs on campus, and this survey will help provide the necessary information to make that happen.
Wings thanks you again for all your support and participation in the initiative. Please feel free to reach out to Wings at
or through our Facebook or Instagram pages (@wingsjhu, @jhu_mpi), if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.
Stay safe and practice good community and individual health and hygiene! Wings will be in touch soon, with the data from this initiative that can impact how JHU supports its menstruating community moving forward.
If you do not know what the Menstrual Products Initiative is, please follow this link to learn more:
and stay updated through the Facebook page:
The responses to this survey will be an extremely important component in shaping the course of this program, making it the most useful it can be for menstruators on campus. Additionally, it will compile valuable and informative data necessary to create the best long-term institutionalized program, best suited to our campus' needs. We appreciate your effort in spending a few minutes to fill this survey out. Please give your most honest and clearest answers!
If you would like to get more involved or have questions, please feel free to contact us at
Name (First and Last)
Optional - but linking a name to a response will allow us to reach out to you, especially if you leave us a question!
"UG" refers to Undergraduates
Graduate Student or PhD Student
Employee / Staff
Based on your JHU affiliation, where are you located?
Please select the locations where you work/study/operate. E.g. if you are a graduate student works on both the Homewood and the East Baltimore campus, please check off both.
Homewood Campus (KSAS, Whiting)
East Baltimore Campus (Hospital, School of Medicine, Nursing, Public Health)
Harbor East (Carey School of Business)
School of Education
What gender identity do you identify with?
Prefer not to say
Which restroom(s) do you use?
How did you find out about the MPI (Menstrual Products Initiative)?
Saw products and dispensers in bathrooms
Heard about it from friends or colleagues
The HUB / Today's Annoucements
Wings' Website (
Wings' Facebook (Wings JHU)
Wings' Instagrams (@wingsjhu @jhu_mpi)
I have not heard of this program before
Do you menstruate?
Note: If you currently do not menstruate due to personal health or contraceptive methods (IUD, birth control, post-menopause, etc.), please select "Other".
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