Sandwell Covid-19 vaccines survey: can you help?

Businesses in Sandwell are invited to take part in an anonymous research study about uptake of the Covid-19 vaccine. Can you help?

Sandwell Council and the Local Government Association have commissioned behavioural science research consultancy The Behaviouralist to conduct a study into why people have or have not had the vaccination.

By doing a quick online survey, you and your employees could contribute to a better understanding of vaccine uptake and further Sandwell Council’s efforts to control the spread of the virus in our borough.

The study is very simple, consisting of a short (five to ten minutes) online survey that you and your team members take anonymously. No personal data is recorded. Later on, your organisation will benefit from the overall results which may guide you in your efforts to keep your workplace safe.

The team at The Behaviouralist said: “There is still a long way to go to control the spread of Covid-19 in the UK and internationally. We truly believe that this research will be helpful not just during the current pandemic, but in case of future pandemics or similar public health situations.”

Send an email to if you are interested in distributing the survey in your workplace.


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