Mental health has been impacted significantly by COVID and key workers, such as health and social care staff members, have experienced this first-hand.
Aiming to support the Moray workforce, NHS Grampian and Moray Council, around the theme of mental health, a number of partnership projects have secured resources for 2021.
Why complete this short survey?
- helps partners deliver activity that you and your team want, when you want it.
- identifies how you might wish to get involved, sharing ideas and experiences, to make events peer-led wherever possible.
- help us understand your experiences during COVID-19 pandemic.
Please complete as many or as few of the questions you wish. The survey responses are being collected by See Me who will hold the information in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations and the Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (December 2003). The information you provide will be sent to Moray Wellbeing Hub for internal analysis and all information will be subject to Moray Wellbeing Hub policies on confidentiality, including GDPR. As part of this, Moray Wellbeing Hub will not share a level of detail that will identify individuals, including to their organisation or team, unless expressly requested by the individual. Data will only be shared with See Me and HSCM to help shape partnership activity.
(This survey is generated by Survey Monkey. All data received on this platform is protected by the EU-US Privacy Shield which enforces EU data protection regulations. )
Background: Led by Moray Wellbeing Hub and with key partners Health & Social Care Moray (HSCM) and See Me, the projects this survey will influence include;
1. Improving the wellbeing of HSCM staff - 'Reconnecting to our wellbeing through COVID: HSCM workforce’ , funded by NHS Endowment.
2. Decreasing levels of stigma and discrimination in HSC - 'Toward Mental Health Inclusion' , funded by See Me.
Staff health and wellbeing is a key focus of Operation Snowdrop, the HSCM COVID 19 and winter surge plan.