Sussex Covid-19 BAME Disparity Response Programme

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Coronavirus affects different people in different ways. For some it can be a totally asymptomatic infection, whilst for others, it can sadly be fatal.

In response to the stark data showing that our Black Asian and Minority Ethnic communities are more likely to be affected by Covid-19, a Sussex wide programme has been created, with the aims to;

  • better understand the experiences and challenges faced by local BAME communities during Covid-19 and
  • use that information to inform and challenge our services to better support and protect you during the pandemic and beyond

In order to make a positive impact on

Coronavirus affects different people in different ways. For some it can be a totally asymptomatic infection, whilst for others, it can sadly be fatal.

In response to the stark data showing that our Black Asian and Minority Ethnic communities are more likely to be affected by Covid-19, a Sussex wide programme has been created, with the aims to;

  • better understand the experiences and challenges faced by local BAME communities during Covid-19 and
  • use that information to inform and challenge our services to better support and protect you during the pandemic and beyond

In order to make a positive impact on our communities, we need to understand your experiences of health care services within the last two years, how the pandemic has affected you and your household, and consider best ways to support you and your community as we learn to live with Covid-19.

Please get involved and help us help you.



  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded. A report of the findings will be published soon.

    Welcome

    This survey has been devised and developed by The Trust for Developing Communities on behalf of Sussex NHS Commissioners.  The purpose of the survey is to explore issues surrounding coronavirus and its impact on Black, Asian and minority ethnic people in Sussex.  

    The survey is divided into six sections which explores relationships with NHS services, risk of catching and contracting coronavirus, working during the coronavirus pandemic, information and concerns and a section to find out more about you.
    The Trust for Developing Communities is delivering this as a part of a wider project in partnership with Fresh Youth Perspectives, Hangleton and Knoll Project, Sussex Interpreting Services, The Network of International Women and Voices in Exile.
    By taking part in the survey you agree with TDC’s data protection policy and for your data to be used accordingly.
    Thank you for participating in our survey. 
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