Pandemic Experience and Impact

Pandemic Experience and Impact

Pandemic Experience Surveys (November 2020 re-launch)

Pandemic Experience Surveys Re-launch


Previous Pandemic Experience Surveys

A survey of healthcare workers’ experiences during a pandemic

Survey of Workers’ Experiences during a Pandemic


Survey Results

Let’s Walk the Talk: Tools for [workplace] mental health – January 28, 2021

Presented by John Oudyk and Daryl Stephenson

John Oudyk, OHCOW hygienist, recorded presentation – November 17, 2020

Dr. Peter Smith, IWH, Survey Results Presentation – November 10, 2020

Lancaster House presentation by John, and IWH research partner Dr. Peter Smith, of the Pandemic Experience of Workers September 2020 (slides)

John Oudyk, OHCOW, WHSC webinar, COVID-19 survey results: What’s it like to work in healthcare in Canada? – May 21, 2020

Healthcare and Non-Healthcare Pandemic Experience Surveys explained as part of Mayday, Mayday 2020 (Sessions 1 and 5 respectively).


Survey Results publications:

Peter M Smith, John Oudyk, Guy Potter, Labour Market Attachment, Workplace Infection Control Procedures and Mental Health: A Cross-Sectional Survey of Canadian Non-healthcare Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic, December 14, 2020

The Conversation, news article, Heath-care workers lacking PPE suffer from more anxiety and depression – September 28, 2020


The Association between the Perceived Adequacy of Workplace Infection Control Procedures and Personal Protective Equipment with Mental Health Symptoms: A Cross-sectional Survey of Canadian Health-care Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic: L’association entre le caractère adéquat perçu des procédures de contrôle des infections au travail et de l’équipement de protection personnel pour les symptômes de santé mentale. Un sondage transversal des travailleurs de la santé canadiens durant la pandémie COVID-19. Peter M. Smith, PhD, John Oudyk, MSc, Guy Potter, PhD, Cameron Mustard, ScD. First Published September 21, 2020