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Retention and sustainability of social care workforce (RESSCW) UK-wide survey of frontline workers in adult social care

Are you a frontline worker in adult social care? If so, we would like to hear how the COVID-19 pandemic affected people’s experience of working in adult social care.

Tuesday 22nd June 2021

“This is a UK-wide online survey of frontline workers in adult social care.  The researchers are interested to find out how the COVID-19 pandemic affected people’s experience of working in adult social care. It covers topics such as job satisfaction, well-being, and support received during the pandemic. All responses are anonymous.

The survey is part of the Retention and Sustainability of Social Care Workforce (RESSCW) project, funded by the Health Foundation’s Efficiency Research Programme. RESSCW is a collaboration between the University of Kent, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University College London, City University of London, and Skills for Care. It aims to understand the specific organisational and individual drivers of staff retention and wellbeing as well as the impact of Covid-19 on the social care sector.

The Health Foundation is an independent charity committed to bringing about better health and health care for people in the UK. 

The closing date for stage 1 of the survey (stage 2 is later in the year) is the 25th June. We are aware this is a very short timeframe but we would like a final drive to recruit more workers from the care home sector to our study.

Long link: https://kentsspssr.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5vvf8s1WToFQnFc

Short link: https://bit.ly/3t5T3yU