COVID-19 contact tracing consultation

A UniSA study is recruiting South Australians to share their views on documenting their contacts and whereabouts to help with COVID-19 contact tracing.

As South Australia faces the challenges of a COVID-19 cluster, we are reminded of the importance of a rapid contact tracing responce. Would you be willing to document your whereabouts and contacts, ready to share with contact tracers if you needed to? Please share you views by completing our short survey or contacting us to arrange an interview over the phone.  

The results of this project will arm us with ideas about how we can be better prepared to ensure contact tracing can happen as efficiently and effectively as possible to keep all South Australians safe.

To learn more about this survey, click here

Take the survey today

 

COVID-19 and your Wellbeing Survey

Thank you to participants - Your voice is vital in helping us to advocate for improvements that will lead to better policy and practice to improve workforce wellbeing, job satisfaction and quality of care

The results from the survey will inform research that improves Australia's preparedness to ensure the health system has the appropriate support and resources for the emotional, psychological and physical wellbeing of the workforce during a pandemic. 

The survey closed on 31 October 2020 and findings will be published in the first half of 2021.

Thank you to all those who participated. We value your input and the time you took to complete the survey. 

 

Nursing and Midwifery Climate Survey Reports

The 2017 Nursing and Midwifery Climate Survey Report

In 2017, the Rosemary Bryant AO Research Centre conducted the first state-wide Nursing and Midwifery Workforce Climate Survey in more than ten years.  We heard from almost 2000 nurses and midwives last time and hope to hear from you again.  The results of the last survey were tabled with SA Health, provided to every network and report to a Senate Inquiry into fatigue and bullying.

Download the report

 

The 2019 Nursing and Midwifery Climate and Safety Survey - Thank you to participants

There have been significant changes in the health system in South Australia that have required nurses and midwives to adapt to new models of care, processes, technology as well as re-location of services. The Rosemary Bryant AO Research Centre recently conducted a nursing and midwifery organisational climate and safety survey. The survey closed on 31 October 2019 and findings will be published in the first half of 2020.

Thank you to all those who participated. We value your input and the time you took to complete the survey.