The NSW ‘Your Training and Wellbeing Matters’ survey will give all junior doctors working and/or training, their supervisors and support staff the opportunity to provide confidential feedback about working and training in NSW Health. This online survey will ask about your experiences in the term/rotation/position you were doing as at 26 April 2021.
This is the third
Your Training and Wellbeing Matters survey to be run. Previous surveys were undertaken in 2017 and 2018.
This survey is aimed at interns, residents, registrars, doctors in accredited training positions or unaccredited positions and Career Medical Officers.
A supervisor is a Senior Medical Officer (Staff Specialist/ Visiting Medical Officer/ Clinical Academic/ Honorary Medical Officer) who has responsibility for doctors training in their team.
The Supervisor will discuss their progress in the term/ rotation/ position, provide feedback on performance and complete assessments.
Supervisors positions include Team Supervisors, Clinical Supervisors, Site Directors of Training, Network Directors of Training, and Directors of Prevocational Education and Training (DPET)
JMO management and education support staff are staff who spend more than 50 per cent of their time in activities involved in the management and/or education of JMOs. They may include JMO managers and other staff within the JMO unit, education support officers, and staff who manage JMO rosters.
The survey will run from Monday 26 April 2021 to Sunday 16 May 2021.
You can complete the survey online. An email invitation with a link to the survey will be sent to you on 26 April 2021.
If you do not receive the email, contact
You can complete the survey on your computer, smartphone or tablet.
It should take 10-15 minutes.
No, this survey is not compulsory. However we would appreciate your feedback in order to address and improve working and training in the NSW health system.
No, you don’t have to answer all the questions. The first question is the only mandatory question. It is required so responses are allocated to the right part of the organisation.
Engine, a survey company, is the host. Engine has a great deal of experience in helping organisations to understand the opinions of their employees, and helping them in taking action on the results.
No! The survey responses are hosted by Engine on their server. No one at NSW Health has access to the responses.
Engine works to a strict industry code of conduct that protects the individual confidentiality of all survey participants. Your responses will remain confidential unless disclosure of the information is required or authorised by or under an Australian law or a court/tribunal order.
Yes, it can. At the beginning of the survey, create a password. This allows you to complete a portion of the survey and return to it later – but remember, the password you choose is not stored anywhere and cannot be retrieved if forgotten.
Engine will provide NSW Health with de-identified reports and analysis. There are strict limits on the size of workgroups and demographic groups that can be reported.
No reports will be produced with individual responses. Only aggregated data will be used.
The survey is anonymous. No unique identifying information is collected about any individual who completes the survey.
Engine is a member of the Association of Market and Social Research Organisations (AMSRO) and adheres to the is a member of the Association of Market and Social Research Organisations (AMSRO) and adheres to the
(2014). Engine's data management systems and security policy are ISO 27001 (Information Security Management System) certified.
For technical queries, Engine helpdesk is available on
email@example.com. They will do their best to respond to your query within 4 hours during their business hours 9am-5pm, and resolve the issue in 10 hours. You will get an acknowledgement if the issue is complex and requires more time.
MoH-MedicalWorkforce@health.nsw,gov.au if you have any questions or concerns.