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Purpose of the study

The Public Service Pay Commission (http://paycommission.gov.ie/has appointed Research Matters Ltd to carry out a study of the factors impacting on the recruitment and retention of health sector professionals. The purpose of the study is to assist in identifying a range of options for resolving recruitment and retention difficulties of nurses and midwives in the public service .   

For more information on this phase of the Commissions work please visit: http://paycommission.gov.ie/work-of-the-commission/phase-2/pspc-statement-of-approach/

 

How nurses, midwives and doctors are invited to take part

All nurses and midwives working in public services in Ireland are invited to take part in this study. Each Director of Nursing / Midwifery has been provided with a link to the survey and asked to circulate this directly to all nursing / midwifery staff in their organisation. This includes all staff who are full-time and part-time, temporary and permanent, and all grades. 

Doctors are being invited to take part through an email request with a direct link to the online survey issued through the Medical Council.  

Confidentiality and anonymity

We can assure you that the findings from the pilot studies will be anonymous and confidential with regard to any individual or organisation. No results will be published, or information provided by Research Matters which would enable any individual participant or organisation to be identified.

 

If you are invited, please take part

While you are not under any obligation to take part, we would be grateful if you would consider doing so. Taking part involves completing a short online survey questionnaire which should take about 15 minutes to complete

Closing date 

The closing date for the nurses / midwives survey is Thursday 12th April 2018 at 1pm.

The closing date for the doctors survey is  Monday 23rd April at 1pm. 

If you are invited, please take part

While you are not under any obligation to take part, we would be grateful if you would consider doing so. Taking part involves completing a short online survey questionnaire which should take about 15 minutes to complete

Further information

If you need further information about the study please contact: director@researchmatters.eu or Sinead at 0504 49158