Impact of COVID-19 on staff working in health and care sectors

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The NHS Confederation and Health & Care Women Leaders Network have launched a new survey to gather information about the impact COVID-19 has had on all health and care workers as they continue to respond to the pandemic.

We encourage all staff to find the time to complete the survey which in recognition of how busy everyone is should take no longer than five/ten minutes. It is also accessible from mobile devices, allowing it to be completed on the go.

In August last year the Health & Care Women Leaders Network published COVID-19 and the female health and care workforce report. The Confederation has used the report in our lobbying activity and to promote a greater understanding and awareness of the severity of the challenge facing frontline services and the impact of this on health and care workers.

The challenges highlighted in the report remain and the NHS Confederation and the Health & Care Women Leaders Network would like to update the report to broaden out the findings to include all health and care workers as well as women - making the recommendations in it a point of focus for the Confederation and the network in their lobbying work.

Working with the network we will publish the findings of the survey in the updated report, making the recommendations in it a priority for the Confederation and the network in our lobbying work. 

Complete the survey now.

Closing date for responses is Friday 5 March.

Further information

The Health & Care Women Leaders Network is a free network for women working across health and care, contact women.leaders@nhsconfed.org and join them on Twitter @hcwomenleaders.




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