THE COVID-19 WELLBEING SURVEY: FINAL TIME POINT HAS NOW CLOSED

 
Many health and social care organisations in Northern Ireland cooperated on a study that sought to find out how staff are doing, what supports are helpful, and what would be helpful during the pandemic.
 
The survey was open to all staff working for health and social care employers in Northern Ireland including those working directly with patients (e.g. doctors, nurses) and those working in support roles (e.g. driver, administrators).
 
RESULTS FOR TIME 1-4 ARE CURRENTLY AVAILABLE.
To view the Time 1 results CLICK HERE: COVID-19 WELLBEING Survey Time 1 Results
To view the Time 2 results CLICK HERE: COVID-19 WELLBEING Survey Time 2 Results
To view the Time 3 results CLICK HERE: COVID-19 WELLBEING Survey Time 3 Results
To view the Time 4 results CLICK HERE: COVID-19 WELLBEING Survey Time 4 Results

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