Maudsley Learning is working on an exciting new evaluation project relating to the Keeping Well South East London health and wellbeing services. We would welcome your support to help us to distribute information about the project and invite people to participate in the project.
Participating in the project
The project uses a mixed-methods approach with some data collection taking place online or face-to-face if preferred. We would like to invite you to consider taking part in the project. Below are a few different stages that you may be able to participate in:
About the project
Maudsley Learning are working closely with our Healthier Southeast London (SEL) Integrated Care System (ICS) to understand the impact health and wellbeing platforms and Employee Assistance Programmes (EAP’s) have had on health and care staff within the region.
Our approach to this project aims to document the innovative work of the Keeping Well Southeast London (KWSEL) portal and EAP’s, and to understand how well the portal addresses the needs of the service users to help inform the future directions for commissioning staff wellbeing services and service design.
About Keeping Well Southeast London
Our Healthier Southeast London ICS set up the Keeping Well South East London (KWSEL) portal, which is a health and wellbeing online platform available to health and care staff. KWSEL is a partnership between the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) Services provided by South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM), Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust (Oxleas), and Bromley Healthcare and Mind (Bexley). Keeping Well SEL support is available to all staff delivering health and care services across SEL. This includes a universal offer through a digital portal which includes access to self-help resources, self-assessment, live chat and a community forum.
Participating in the project
We would like to invite you to consider taking part in the project to share your perspective and experience of health and wellbeing initiatives and Employee Assistance Programmes available in SEL.
The project uses a mixed-methods approach with data collection taking place online and face to face over two phases. The first phase includes a whole programme evaluation engaging with health and social care staff. Our second phase focuses on the evaluation of individual health and wellbeing programmes. There are different ways that you may wish to participate in:
- An online survey https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/WW27STL
Health and social workers can share their perspective and experiences on health and wellbeing initiatives and Employee Assistance Programmes. As part of the survey, you will have the option to be entered into a prize draw to win A £100 voucher.
- Focus groups and interviews
If you would be interested in sharing your experiences verbally in an interview or focus group (Lasting approximately 30-60 minutes) with one of our researchers, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. As a token of appreciation for your time, you will be offered a £10 voucher upon completion of the interview. The research team, where possible, will accommodate requests to conduct interviews either face-to-face or online at a time that is convenient for you.
Your participation in this is entirely voluntary and any information you give us will be anonymised.
Taking part and further information
Should you wish to participate in any of these ways or would like to learn more about the project, please contact the ML research team at: email@example.com or Hannah.firstname.lastname@example.org
We kindly ask that if you know anyone who would be interested in our project, please do forward & share this information with them or ask them to get in contact with us.
We would like to thank you in advance for your support and interest in this project.