Health and Social Care Workforce Research Study
Examining the health and social care workers' mental wellbeing and quality of
working life during COVID-19
The Health and Social Care Workforce Research Study was designed to
examine the impact of providing health and social care during Covid-19 on
the wellbeing and quality of working life of the health and social care workforce
in the UK. The target occupational groups for this research
are nurses, midwives, allied health professionals, social care workers
and social workers.
Message from Paula McFadden Ulster University
Thank you for your support for this research study, which focused on health and
social care staff, wellbeing and coping while working during the most challenging
surge of the pandemic (beginning of November until the end of January).
The 2nd report and executive summary has now been launched and are available
via the website (link below). We have just launched this news via a media launch
from Ulster University.
A link to a 15-minute video of a presentation of the main findings, and how these
compare to the May-July data collection phase is below.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss the results further for your area,
please don't hesitate to contact us.
The third survey email@example.com and we will be in touch firstname.lastname@example.org this in due course.
Dr Paula McFadden
Senior Lecturer in Social Work
Magee Campus, Ulster University