COVID-19 has brought about many changes to our working lives and it is important that these changes are captured. By looking at and evaluating the changes that have occurred to identify key practices we may want to continue or adapt in the future.
What we are doing?
We are looking at changes, learning or innovations that have taken place due to the COVID-19 pandemic, to use lessons learned to improve health and care services across North Wales.
We are collecting information about changes that have occurred as a consequence of the pandemic and we would like to know about the changes that have taken place in your workplace/organisation.
We would appreciate it if you could take the time to complete the survey at this busy time.
There are a few ways to contribute:
- Submit details of the innovations and changes made through our online survey
- Share a story about the changes made with us, by arranging a phone call or video call, or by sharing your story in our online form.
- Email us with details of the innovation that took place, we’re happy to take information in any format, for example, case studies you’ve already written up.
BCUHB are also running a survey for members of the public about their health experiences during the Coronavirus crisis, which we will learn from as part of our review. Fill in the Covid Conversations survey here.
Are you collecting lessons learned?
If you are already collecting lessons learned or details of changes in response to COVID-19 and would like to link with our work, please contact the North Wales Research Innovation and Improvement Hub. We’ve collated a list of the other surveys we are aware of so far here: Covid-19 reviews and surveys.
If you would like to get in touch with us please contact one of the team at the North Wales Research, Innovation and Improvement Hub:
Sarah Bartlett – Hub Manager Sarah.Bartlett@denbighshire.gov.uk
Natalie Pryor – Project Manager Natalie.Pryor@denbighshire.gov.uk
Beccy Roylance – Specialist Librarian Rebecca.Roylance@denbighshire.gov.uk