IPS survey: Mental health issues faced by Health Care Workers involved in COVID-19 treatment.

Apr 10, 2020IPS Secretariat

Dear Friends,
Indian Psychiatric Society extends its support to you during this COVID-19 pandemic. It is not unknown that the current COVID-19 crisis has been taking a toll on the mental health of the Health Care Workers (HCWs). Keeping this in mind, the Indian Psychiatric Society is conducting this survey with an aim to evaluate the mental health issues faced by the Health Care Workers involved in the care of patients with COVID-19 infection.

You are requested to spare 10 minutes of your valuable time to complete this survey. This will help to understand the psycho-social issue faced by the HCWs. The data collected as part of the survey will be confidential and your identity will not be disclosed. Indian Psychiatric Society has started a free national helpline, which includes 600 psychiatrists to provide psychological Aid to all the people in the need for Psychological support, including the Health Care workers. You can visit the website of the association https://indianpsychiatricsociety.org/ips-online-mental-health-services-support-during-covid-19-pandemic/ to find a suitable mental health care professional for yourself, in case you need help.

Completion of the survey will imply your consent to participate in this survey.

Please click here to participate in this survey, or copy and paste the link in your web-browser https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GNM3R9L

Warm regards,
Prof. T.S. Sathyanarayana Rao, Hon. General Secretary, Indian Psychiatric Society
Prof. P.K. Dalal, President, Indian Psychiatric Society

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