Research Survey: Spiritual Practices Through a Time of Pandemic
GoHealth are inviting people aged 18 or over to take part in an on-line survey exploring spiritual and religious practices during the current pandemic.
The aim of the study is to help increase understanding of how spiritual practices and religious belief can help people to manage stress and cope with stressful times, such as the current pandemic, as well as the effects that living through stressful times can have on someone’s spiritual life.
This study is being led by Jennifer Brown and Miguel Farias at Coventry University, in partnership with Gillian Straine of the Guild of Health & St Raphael and Michael Harvey of the Unlocking the Growth Trust. The study has received ethics approval from Coventry University.
Participation in the survey is voluntary and all responses are anonymous. Please note that the survey may not be compatible with all web browsers. If you find you are having trouble getting the survey to progress to the next page/section, you may wish to try using an alternate browser. If you have any questions or would like more information before taking the survey, please feel free to contact Jennifer Brown at [email protected].
You can take the survey here.