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Views sought from frontline health and social care workforce on the COVID-19 vaccination programme
Invitation to take part in an online survey of frontline health and social care workforce views and experiences of the COVID-19 vaccination programme
Public Health Scotland are undertaking an evaluation of the COVID-19 vaccination programme in Scotland to help understand what is going well and what can be improved as the programme is rolled out.
As part of this, they would like to invite you to take part in an anonymous online survey of frontline health and social care workers in Scotland to help them understand your views and experiences of the COVID-19 vaccination programme.
The survey is open to frontline health and social care workers (including care home and care at home staff) who work in Scotland and are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine (whether you have been vaccinated or not).
This survey will help gather feedback on the different delivery models in Scotland and help identify facilitators and barriers to vaccination for different parts of the workforce. This information also will help inform improvements to the roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccination programme and future vaccination programmes in Scotland.
It is important that you know that this survey is completely confidential. Your individual answers will not be shared with your employer, and the responses are completely anonymous: neither your employer nor the research team will know who you are.
The survey should take 10 minutes to complete and is open until the 19th March 2021.
Please click here for more information and to access the survey.