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Survey: Protective practices in the child care sector during the COVID-19 pandemic

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University of Ottawa, Canadian Child Care Federation & Canadian Partnership for Children's Health and Environment
Publication Date: 
14 Jul 2021

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You are invited to participate in a survey about your experiences working in the child care sector during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you’ve been working in a child care program in Canada from the start of the pandemic (March 2020) to now, we want to hear from you!

In recognition of your time, after completing the survey you will have a chance to enter a draw to win one of five $50 VISA gift cards. Double your chances of winning by being one of the first 100 respondents to enter the draw.

This survey is being conducted by researchers at the University of Ottawa in collaboration with the Canadian Child Care Federation. The goal is to better understand the use of COVID-related protective practices in the child care setting, and challenges associated with implementing these practices. The results will be used to identify ways that child care professionals can be better supported in their efforts to protect the health of children and staff.
The online survey is anonymous and confidential. No one will know whether you participated, and all personal information will be kept confidential. The survey should take about 15 minutes to complete.

Thanks in advance for considering this invitation. Your views and experiences are important.