Staff still wanted for SWAP wellbeing research interviews

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Researchers from the University of Lincoln, University of East Anglia and Edge Hill University are still inviting EEAST staff to take part in a study relating to ambulance staff wellbeing (the SWAP study).

Front line staff of any clinical grade (including newly qualified paramedics and student paramedics) and staff working in operational centres (clinicians, call takers and dispatchers) are being sought for telephone interviews.

The study researchers will be running interviews where you will be given the opportunity to discuss your opinions and experiences of wellbeing provision in EEAST. They will be audio recorded and all data will remain confidential.

The telephone interview is expected to take less than one hour to complete. The study is due to be completed by August 2020.

If you would like to take part or you would like to ask any questions, please contact either:

  • Gary Pritchard - G.Pritchard@uea.ac.uk or
  • EEAST Research Support Services – research@eastamb.nhs.uk / 07736 374453

A big thank you to those who have already taken part in the SWAP study!

Published 4th June 2020

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