Section 1: Participant information, ethics and consent
Thank you for clicking through to this survey.
The aim of the research is to provide detailed information to national and local agencies to ensure planning for recovery from Covid-19 takes account of everyone’s views and needs.
The information you provide will be combined with other responses then analysed. The findings will be used to write reports from the research, academic papers and conference presentations. Our final report will be sent to relevant Governmental Departments, local councils and voluntary groups to inform their planning. Our previous reports have been reviewed by the House of Lords and Public Health England.
If you are feeling creative you could also email us anything else electronic: a story, an audio or video recording, a picture or model. Send them to: CRiHS@cumbria.ac.uk
We will keep your identity anonymous and have not asked for your name to ensure you cannot be identified in any way. Your response will be added to many others and will not appear on its own. The survey data will be stored safely with encryption and destroyed after five years.
You can withdraw from this research at any time without giving a reason for doing so and can ask questions about the research by contacting Professor Kaz Stuart:
University of Cumbria
Cumbria CA1 2HH
Please note that answers to some questions in this survey must be completed before you can move to the next question; this is to ensure you only see questions relating to you, you will see the word 'required' beside these questions.
You can choose to save and finish this survey later by clicking on ‘Finish later’ at the bottom of the page. This will take you to a page giving a ‘finish later’ URL which you can use to return to the survey at the page on which you clicked the ‘Finish later’ link. You can either bookmark the URL in your browser or ask for the URL to be emailed to you.
Please note that the survey is not saved automatically. You must click on ‘Finish later’ at the bottom of the survey page, and then use the ‘finish later’ URL provided by online surveys to return to the survey. Unfortunately, you cannot be reunited with your unfinished survey if you have lost the ‘finish later’ link, please accurately enter your email address or bookmark the ‘finish later’ link to be able to resume the survey.