Survey on AMHPs and Burnout

Approved Mental Health Professionals practising in England needed to complete a survey about stress and burnout.

The survey aims to determine whether there is a difference in experiences of stress and burnout between the professional groups that perform the AMHP role. The study has been approved by King’s College London Psychiatry, Nursing and Midwifery Research Ethics Subcommittee (REC reference number PNM/11/12-23). It is the first survey of its kind since the AMHP role was introduced and with your help we hope it will yield some useful and valuable data.

It is important that AMHP’s from all professional backgrounds complete the study. However we would particularly like to encourage those from a non-social work background to take part as they are still relatively small in number. An information sheet containing further details about the study is displayed on the first page of the online questionnaire. If you would like to read more about and or complete the survey please click on the link below:

Thank you in advance for your time and support.

(This message was posted at the request of Janine Hudson, an Approved Mental Health Practitioner and MSc student in Mental Health Social Work at Kings College London)

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