Opportunity to contribute to research: Examining the experiences of people living in nursing homes, their families, and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic

Due to COVID-19, everyday life within nursing homes has changed dramatically. It also impacted nursing home residents, families and staff experiences at end-of-life. These lived experiences are important and can contribute to shaping future supports.

Nursing home residents, families and staff are invited to share their palliative care experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Contributions will shape the development of palliative care pandemic policy in the future.

To contribute to this research, you can complete the short anonymous survey by hand, online, phone or with support from a member of the research team. We expect it will take 10-12 minutes to complete the survey.

We ask you complete this survey if it is relevant to you or share it with anyone you think may have an interest in this research. Access the online survey here: https://tinyurl.com/3tbwd8kc

You can email Dr Owen Doody, University Limerick for further support: owen.doody@ul.ie. Also, you can read more about this research here: webpage

Funding: This research is supported by the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission, Human Rights & Equality Grant Scheme 2020-21. It is a collaborative study involving the All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care and University of Limerick.

[Survey now open, closing Wednesday 20 October]

General Info

Date Entered/Updated
30th Sep, 2021
Region
Nationwide
Expiry Date
20th Oct, 2021