Social work during Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Ongoing Survey

Open to all social workers

**Updated survey 13 May 2020**

BASW wants to hear your ongoing queries and experiences during the Coronavirus pandemic. We first launched the survey on 16 March 2020 and have now added new questions to follow your experiences during Covid-19.  

This vital feedback will help us support you and all social workers, speak out for social work and the rights of people using services, and create a record of this challenging period that we can learn from.

Please fill out this ongoing survey (query and feedback form) as many times as you want to tell us what is happening and raise social work related queries. Keep in touch. 

We welcome BASW members to log-in prior to completing the survey - but this is not essential. All responses will be treated anonymously and in confidence. 

Equality & Diversity

BASW is committed to reflecting social work as a rich and diverse profession.   

We’d value you completing this part of the voluntary survey to ensure we continually improve how we represent social workers from diverse backgrounds.

All information is held confidentially for anonymised statistical reporting and all data is stored in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) EU law.

* If you are a member and logged into the member hub, this information is held confidentially for anonymised statistical reporting.  It will support us to represent our members fairly and without discrimination, to meet our equality reporting requirements, and monitor and ensure the effective delivery of our services. Data is shared with the Social Workers Union if you are a SWU member. 

Member location and group preferences
Are you concerned where care has been cancelled or suspended that this has not been satisfactorily reviewed?

Tell us about your work experience during the Covid19 (coronavirus) epidemic.

What queries about Covid 19 and social work do you have? 

Please share further details on the support you have or have not received:
Please share further details on the Personal Protective Equipment and risk management advice you have or have not received:
What technologies have been most used in recent weeks and what have you learnt?
Please briefly describe the biggest ethical dilemma you have experienced:
Please briefly tell us more on these experiences: