Background

The Health & Social Care Committee have asked for a survey to be undertaken in order to understand the public’s experiences of the past three months. The Integrated Community Cell has also asked for some information to be gathered regarding the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic and actions taken to slow its spread on the mental health of the community. There is a desire to capture information while it is still fresh in the public’s minds.

Aim

The aim is to gather information to enable the States to better understand public experiences of lockdown:
  • How the public felt about the restrictions that were put in place: the positives and the negatives
  • Whether there were additional or different challenges faced by those:
    • Based on which Island they lived in within the Bailiwick
    • Who were shielding
    • Who are carers (of school age children, the vulnerable and those with special needs)
    • With chronic physical or mental ill-health 
    • Who are at higher risk of domestic abuse
    • Who are critical workers
    • Whose incomes reduced
    • Who were bereaved during lockdown
    • Who were pregnant or had a baby during lockdown
    • With close relatives in residential /care homes, the hospice or hospital during lockdown
  • What the States did well, in public opinion, and what could have been done better in terms of:
    • Provision of information
    • Provision of services
  • Thoughts on recovery strategy and perceived opportunities / threats
This information will be used by the States to make improvements if the Bailiwick has to go back into an earlier phase of lockdown. It will also be used to help planning for any future pandemics. Additionally, it could be used to inform the States’ decisions about recovery and service transformation.
This survey is for members of the community aged 16 years or over who were resident in the Bailiwick of Guernsey during lockdown.

If you require this questionnaire in a different format, for example large print, a paper copy, or in a different language, please contact 07839 121515 or comms@gov.gg.

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Introduction

The survey is confidential and any information you provide will be treated in the strictest confidence. It will be used for research purposes only and it will not be possible to identify any particular individuals in the results.

The survey should take approximately one hour to complete and taking part is completely voluntary. You are free to stop at any time and to skip any questions you do not wish to answer. Part way through, there is the option to skip a large part of the survey, if preferred, which results in the survey only taking 20 minutes.

Your answers will be kept securely for up to six months, will be only accessible to the research team, and will be deleted once the research is finished.

This survey is being undertaken by the Data & Analysis service on behalf of the States of Guernsey. The States of Guernsey will process any personal data that you submit using this form in accordance with the Data Protection (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law 2017. For further information on how any personal data you provide will be processed, please refer to the Fair Processing Notice Community Survey - June 2020 document on this page: https://gov.gg/DP.

Thank you for your time and your valuable contribution.

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