Early Career Psychiatrists in Europe during COVID-19 outbreak
The survey is conducted by the European Psychiatric Association Early Career Psychiatrists Committee (EPA ECPC) and the EPA ECPC Task Force on Meetings and Associations with the collaboration and support of the European Federation of Psychiatric Trainees (EFPT).
The aim of the survey is to investigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on education, working conditions and wellbeing of Early Career Psychiatrists (ECPs) in Europe.
EPA ECPC defines an "Early Career Psychiatrist" as a psychiatric trainee or a psychiatrist under 40 years of age or a psychiatrist less than 5 years after specialty (including both adult and child and adolescent psychiatrists).
The survey includes 24 questions and should take about 5-7 minutes to complete. It can only be filled once by one person. The survey is completely anonymous and the participation in this study is voluntary. It is possible to interrupt filling in the survey at any point, in such a case no data will be collected. The collected responses will be aggregated and analyzed; the aggregated results will be used in a scientific publication. Individual responses will not be disclosed.
In case of any questions, please contact EPA ECPC:
, chair of EPA ECPC, Mariana Pinto da Costa:
, chair of EPA ECP Task Force on Meetings and Associations, Tomasz M. Gondek:
or EFPT at:
EPA ECPC website:
I hereby confirm I am 18 years old or older and I agree to participate in this study. I also confirm I am an Early Career Psychiatrist (psychiatric trainee OR psychiatrist under 40 years of age OR psychiatrist less than 5 years after specialty). I am aware the survey can only be completed once.
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