Online Study – Moral Distress and Well-Being in Health Care Workers during COVID

Study Description

We are looking to understand moral distress with relation to health care workers’ experiences, well-being, and perceptions of health care in the wake of COVID-19.

This study will examine the moral distress and well-being of health care workers (HCWs) during the COVID-19 pandemic using online surveys. Participants will complete questions pertaining to their role in health care, workplace pandemic responses and encounters with moral-ethical dilemmas, and psychological distress. Results of our longitudinal study can be used to protect HCWs’ well-being during and following health emergencies, to guide policies, and to prepare for future emergencies.

Please read these two documents before proceeding to the Survey:
COVID-19 Veteran and Spouse Wellbeing Survey – Letter of Information baseline
Moral Distress in Health Care Workers – Letter of Information_baseline

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If you wish to participate in the survey, please click on the link .

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