Wales Covid-19 Well-being Third Survey
Published: 21 October 2021
The survey was initiated by the NHS in Wales back in June 2020 in collaboration with Swansea and Cardiff Universities and all 7 Health Boards across Wales. So far, there have been two phases of the study. The first collected data from over 15,000 individuals across Wales and the second from over 10,000. Findings from both phases of research have helped the NHS in Wales understand the mental health and wellbeing needs of the Welsh population. You can read more about the findings here: https://wales-wellbeing.co.uk/en/covid19-wellbeing-survey-results.
The study has now launched its third survey which aims to examine how the Welsh population’s mental health and well-being has changed over the course of the coronavirus pandemic. The survey results will be analysed at a national, Health Board and Local Authority level and will be used to inform any actions that we may need to take within the NHS to support the well-being of our population as we move forward. We will also ensure that any wider learning is shared with partners via the appropriate partnership mechanisms.
We would be grateful if you could support the promotion and dissemination of the survey through your public facing communication channels, your internal communications with staff in your organisation and with your partner agencies.
To access the survey, or gain more information about it, please click this link https://wales-wellbeing.co.uk/en
The survey should take no longer than 15 minutes to complete.
If you have any further queries about the study please visit the website, www.wales-wellbeing.co.uk or do make contact with us via email@example.com and we’ll be pleased to assist.
Thank you for considering how you may promote this study. Please also consider completing the survey yourself and asking your family, friends and neighbours to do so.