Linda Bourque
Linda Bourque is Associate Director of the Center for Public Health and Disasters, Associate Director of the Southern California Injury Prevention Research Center, and Professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences in the School of Public Health at the University of California, Los Angeles, where she teaches courses in research design and survey methodology. She has conducted research on ophthalmic clinical trials, intentional and unintentional injury, and community perceptions of and responses to disasters. She is author or coauthor of 60 scientific articles and the books Defining Rape, Processing Data: the Survey Example (with Virginia Clark), How to Conduct Self-Administered and Mail Surveys (with Eve Fielder), and How to Conduct Telephone Surveys (with Eve Fielder).