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Below, you will find a opportunities available if you wish to take part in COVID-19 related research and surveys. You can choose to take part in as few or as many projects as you like.

Unless otherwise stated, all of these projects can be completed online from the comfort of your own home.

  • All research studies listed below have received ethical approval from the National Health Research Authority.
  • Local surveys or evaluations have received approval from NSFT R&D and adhere to national ethical standards.


Research Studies



The aim of this survey is to better understand how the coronavirus and the restrictions necessary to prevent its spread are impacting on our day to day lifestyle. Through this it is hoped to find out what is helpful for people during this time and also what may be causing some people to be affected more than others in terms of their wellbeing. behavioural, emotional and social factors.

The online questionnaire is estimated to take around 15-20 minutes to complete.

Who can be involved?

 •Aged 16 or over

• Any staff, service user or general population


How to take part?

To take part you can access the information sheet and the survey here:

Please remember to select 'Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust' from the dropdown when asked where you heard about the study.


Lead Researcher and Organisation: Professor Shanaya Rathod, Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust

Contact if you are interested in learning more: (Norfolk and Suffolk only)

UPDATE: Status of non COVID-19 Research

We are now restarting some of our non-COVID research remotely. If you are taking part in a research study right now, this means that you may be contacted by telephone to arrange a telephone or video appointment.

Alternatively, you can still take part in national online studies GLAD and CLIMB.

If you are interested in being contacted about any future research studies which may be appropriate please email or phone 01603 421397.

Other COVID-19 Research in NSFT

NSFT has also acted as a site on the ISARIC WHO Clinical Characteristation Protocol for Emerging Severe Infections study.