All our lives have been affected by COVID-19, a new illness that has led to physical and social isolation, shutting down of all non-essential facilities and in some cases serious illness and death. Each of us will be coping with these changes to our daily lives in different ways and we are trying to evaluate the impact coronavirus is having on people.
As a member of the CHAD team, I have had to make the switch to working remotely from home and holding all meetings using online platforms. But personally, I have had to make huge adjustments to how I live including how I shop, how I communicate with friends and family, how I access healthcare and how I use my daily walk outside whilst remembering to stay at least two meters away from any other person.
At the Centre for Health and Development and Staffordshire University, we would like to know more about people’s experiences, the impact on their day-to-day lives and their perception of the guidance being given.
Below is the link to the online survey. We would be hugely grateful if you could spare 10-15 minutes to click on this link and complete the survey.
Respondents will be entered into a prize draw (approximately every 2 months) to win £50 of retail vouchers. To date we have had two winners of a £50 retail voucher in our survey prize draw.
We would be hugely grateful if you could spare 10-12 minutes to click on this link and complete the survey. Respondents will be entered into a prize draw (approximately every 2 months) to win £50 of retail vouchers.
Take part in the survey here.
We will be keeping you updated on this project as it progresses so look out for another blog post coming soon.