We know the pandemic is not only impacting our personal lives but is leaving impressions on all of us professionally. In order for us to truly understand the impacts this pandemic is having on our Public Safety Personnel family; we’d encourage you to take part in the following survey being directed by Dr. Dianne Groll from Queen’s University and Gregory Anderson from Thompson Rivers University. CUPE 873 will be in receipt of the results once the study is complete and commits to sharing the results with you. Studies like this not only help us prepare for the future, but they support best practices to preserve our physical and psychological well-being.
Occupational, Personal and Psychological Impact of COVID-19 on Public Safety Personnel (PSP)
You are being invited to participate in a research study to identify the occupational, personal and psychological impact of COVID-19 on public safety personnel (PSP) that have continued to work during the pandemic.
This study is directed by Drs. Dianne Groll from Queen’s University and Gregory Anderson from Thompson Rivers University.
You will be asked to complete a survey relating to your experiences during the recent COVID-19 pandemic. It should take approximately 20 minutes to complete and you do not have to complete it all at once. You can save it at any point and return to it.
If you wish to participate in this study, click the link below to open up the survey on your personal computing device, or copy it into your web browser.
The survey will remain open until December 9th.
Thank you for your participation.
Please click HERE to view a PDF version of this message.