Qureshi, K., Gershon, R.R., Sherman, M.F., et al. (2005). Health Care Workers' Ability and Willingness to Report to Duty During Catastrophic Disasters. Journal of Urban Health. 82(3):378-88.
The authors conducted a survey of health care workers at 47 health care facilities in New York City and the surrounding area to determine responsiveness and willingness to work during disasters. They found that 64% of respondents felt they would be able to report to work during a SARS outbreak, while 48% indicated they would be willing to report to work during a SARS outbreak.