Wellbeing of Healthcare and Hospital Workers During and After the CV-19 Pandemic
A research team at Northumbria University are currently conducting a UK-wide survey on the wellbeing of healthcare and hospital workers during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. All staff working in a UK hospital are eligible to participate. It is a mixed-methods study and explores wellbeing from several perspectives, including mental health and what is working to enhance wellbeing during the pandemic. There are two time-points for the study: now and early next year (depending on the trajectory of the COVID-19 pandemic). Ethics approval has been obtained from Northumbria University and the Health Research Authority/NHS determined they did not need to give approval for NHS staff to participate.
Do you work in a hospital? If so, you are invited to complete a survey in the study on the wellbeing of healthcare and hospital workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. All staff who are working in a UK hospital are invited to complete a survey on wellbeing. The survey takes about 7-10 minutes to complete.
For the Participant Information Sheet and the survey see https://northumbria.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/wellbeing-of-healthcare-and-hospital-workers-and-covid-19.
Please do consider being part of this study or disseminating the invitation throughout your networks.
For study details please contact Associate Professor Wendy Pollock, Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Health, Northumbria University
Last modified: Fri, 22 May 2020 11:38:07 BST