Are you a nurse or midwife in the NSW public sector? We want to know what impact the pandemic has had on you
Nurses and midwives tell the NSWNMA every day about the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had them and their workplace.
The healthcare sector has had to adapt to an everchanging environment since the beginning of the pandemic. Nurses and midwives have been at the frontline and have seen the ongoing impacts and strain COVID-19 has placed on our health system, their colleagues and themselves.
Partnering with the Rosemary Bryant AO Research Centre, the NSWNMA is conducting a survey of NSW public sector nurses and midwives about their ongoing experiences working throughout COVID-19.
The survey serves to identify and assess:
- the long-term impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on public health sector nurses and midwives in NSW; and
- to provide a snapshot of the current workplace culture and climate of the public health sector perceived by nurses and midwives in NSW.
The survey is an opportunity for nurses and midwives to share their thoughts on the current state of the public health system, and the impact of COVID-19 on their wellbeing and work environment.
Nurses and midwives will also be asked to detail how COVID-19 has impacted their capacity to provide safe and high-quality care.
The survey takes around 20-30 minutes and will provide the NSWNMA with critical insights and information to help improvement the sector.
Further information about the survey is available on the website. This project has been approved by the University of South Australia’s Human Research Ethics Committee (Ethics Protocol 203244).
If you have any questions or would like further information about the survey, please contact the NSWNMA: email@example.com