Covid-19 Research Study: Healthcare Employees
Organizational Response to Disease Outbreak: Health Care Study
Canadian researchers are interested in the experiences of employees working in healthcare settings (including, but not limited to, acute, community, and long-term care settings) during the current pandemic. If you are employed by a healthcare organization in any job, we are inviting you to participate in the research by completing our questionnaire.
The questionnaire focuses on your experiences at work, your own psychological well-being and your perceptions of how your organization has responded to the pandemic. Completing the questionnaire takes about 20 minutes. Of course participation in the research is completely voluntary and all data collected are held in strict confidence.
To participate, or learn more about the conditions of participation please follow the link presented below.
Canadians aged 18 and over, who are currently employed in a healthcare setting, are fluent in English, and have access to a computer or other device with internet capabilities, are eligible to participate.
This research is being conducted by Dr. Kevin Kelloway (Saint Mary’s University REB # 20-097) Dr. Jennifer Dimoff (University of Ottawa), Dr. Stephanie Gilbert (Cape Breton University), Dr. Jane Mullen (Mount Allison University) and research assistants Rachael Chick-Jones, Vanessa Myers, and Tabatha Thibault (all of Saint Mary’s University) and is funded by the Canadian Institute for Health Research, the New Brunswick Health Research Foundation and Research Nova Scotia.