Chronic pain at work: survey for line managers and colleagues

May 19th, 2020

The School of Health Sciences is inviting colleagues from across the University to complete a short survey about chronic pain.

You are invited to complete either of these brief snapshot surveys by Sunday 31st May 2020.

This is a public engagement activity aimed at gathering many views in a short time period in order to develop some web-based materials. It takes just a few minutes and your responses will help us to develop some resources that organisations can use to support employees who have chronic pain.

  1. Survey for Employees with Chronic Pain
  2. Survey for Line Managers or supervisors

Chronic pain is defined as pain which lasts for more than 3 months.

Employees in this context include those who are employed, self-employed or contract workers, full or part time.

Line managers in this context includes anyone with supervisory or managerial responsibility for another person.

This work is funded by STEMM-CHANGE at the University of Nottingham, which is all about promoting equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Should you have any queries, please contact Holly Blake.

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