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COVID-19 and staff well-being: last chance to share your experiences in our survey

Tell Nursing Standard how the pandemic has affected your health at work 

You have until Sunday 28 February to tell us how the pandemic has affected your health and well-being at work

Time is running out to have your say in Nursing Standards survey on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on your health and well-being at work.

The survey closes at midnight on Sunday 28 February.

Questions include:

  • Have you tested positive for COVID-19 and, if so, how much time did you have to take off work?
  • Have you been able to keep adequately hydrated while wearing personal protective equipment?
  • How could your uniform/work clothes be adapted to be more practical?

Our anonymous survey is open to all

You have until Sunday 28 February to tell us how the pandemic has affected your health and well-being at work

Illustration of nursing staff taking part in the COVID-19 health and well-being at workNursing Standard survey of
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Time is running out to have your say in Nursing Standard’s survey on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on your health and well-being at work.

The survey closes at midnight on Sunday 28 February.

Questions include:

  • Have you tested positive for COVID-19 and, if so, how much time did you have to take off work?
  • Have you been able to keep adequately hydrated while wearing personal protective equipment?
  • How could your uniform/work clothes be adapted to be more practical?

Our anonymous survey is open to all UK nursing staff and takes just a few minutes to complete.

To start, click on the green box below.

Share your experiences in our survey

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