STUDY PURPOSE

This survey explores the important social, occupational and mental health effects experienced by frontline health workers during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. As the pandemic has changed our social and work environments in many different ways, we want to hear the experiences of both frontline health workers who have and have not worked directly with people with COVID-19.

We will examine factors that promote good mental health and wellbeing, as well as risk factors for poorer mental health. Your input will inform recommendations to healthcare organisations and other professional bodies.

WE WANT YOU

This study focuses on the experiences of medical, nursing, allied health, clinical scientists/physiologists/technicians, healthcare students and clerical staff who are working in frontline health areas.

Frontline health workers include people working in hospitals, primary care, the community, private practice and paramedicine.

You do not need to have worked directly with people with COVID-19 to participate, as we would like to hear from all frontline health workers.

TAKE THE SURVEY

This study has kindly been funded by a research grant from the Royal Melbourne Hospital Foundation.