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.

Location

Online Study

This study collects data using online methods and does not require you to come to the lab. Please check the methods section for details.

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Baseline Online Survey

Completing a set of online self-report questionnaires based on your personal availability (you may complete either a short-form version, taking roughly 10 minutes, or a longer version if you have the time, taking roughly 15-20 minutes)

Follow-up Online Surveys

Completing a set of online self-report questionnaires that take roughly 15 minutes at 3-month intervals (up to 18 months).

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Moral Distress and Well-Being in Health Care Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic

ParticipAid ID

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