The Institute for Employment Studies (IES) has been asked to conduct a study of the wellbeing of the primary care workforce.
The NHS England-commissioned short survey is the third in a series of surveys that will be used to assess the current wellbeing of the primary care workforce. The results are used to continually improve the coaching support, such as increasing the availability of support.
The survey, which can be completed under 15 minutes, will ask participants to reflect on their personal wellbeing as well as the functioning of their team and their experiences of working remotely.
“Your responses to this questionnaire are entirely confidential, and only aggregated data will be shared with the NHS. By participating in the survey, you consent to IES holding your data. Your survey data is anonymous, you will not be asked for your name.
“This data will be held securely in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018/GDPR and only accessed by the research team at IES. All data will be destroyed six months after the research has been completed: the expected date for data deletion is December 2021.”
A link to take part in the survey can be found here.