The Environment and Energy Institute in the University of Hull is conducting a survey to ask residents if they have been affected flooding, what they know about flooding and their main concerns. All responses are anonymous. The aims of the survey are to help Living with Water (a partnership between Hull City Council, Yorkshire Water, the Environment Agency and East Riding of Yorkshire Council) improve awareness of flood protection measures, provide new solutions, and help make people safer.
Last year they conducted the survey in parts of Hull, the results of which will be made available soon.
This year they are conducting a survey of residents in Haltemprice (Cottingham North & South, Hessle, Tranby, Willerby and Kirk Ella). It would be a big help if residents could complete the survey and pass it on to other people.
The person managing the survey is Sam Ramsden, who will be very happy to answer any questions you may have: email@example.com or 07887 364381
The Charity Governance Code steering group seeks your views on the current version of the Code and is exploring options for a ‘light’ refresh
Deadline 6th December
Hull City Council’s Customer Insight Team is conducting some regional workforce research on awareness of the effects of the menopause in the workplace across the region.
Results will help local employers to support their all of their staff at work, creating a more supportive working environment. It could also help organisations to better manage and even reduce levels of potentially avoidable sickness absence due to the symptoms of the menopause.
The survey is aimed at everyone – men as well as women, younger and older.
Employment rates among women is falling locally. Self-employment among women locally is low. Employers need to ensure that they provide welcoming, supportive workplaces, accessible to everyone.
Around half of the workforce will personally experience the menopause. The other half will live or work with women who will, at some point, go through the menopause. So this research needs input from everyone.
If this survey proves successful, the Council may look to undertake further workforce research into other issues that affect local working people. In this survey, there is a space for people to tell them what other workplace issues they might explore in the future.
The LGBT Foundation Patients’ Experiences of Primary Care Annual Survey is now live
This survey asks about your experiences of accessing healthcare services from your GP, dentist, pharmacist and optometrist.
It aims to build a picture of current healthcare provision by primary care services for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people. The findings of this research will be turned into a report which will be used to make sure that primary care services are better able to recognise and meet the needs of their LGBT patients.
This is a vital tool to gather the data and evidence that makes Pride in Practice training so useful.
Hull and East Yorkshire Mind has been commissioned by the Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership, though its Mental Health Partnership Board, to seek the views of people who experienced mental health problems during pregnancy or during the first year of their baby’s life.
If you or a loved one experienced mental health problems during this time, then they want to hear your views about the care and support you received. They are hoping that lots of women and their partners will share their views through our perinatal mental health survey.
Responses shared will ensure that local services are developed with the real experts at the heart. They have launched a new survey to find out what support you received, how you found the support to be and how the support can be improved.