Unique IDiCARE-VGB-0025
Prefix / Honorific (optional) (Prefix)Mr.
First or given name (First name)Vincent
Last or family name (Last name)Gosselin Boucher
Email (Enter your email)vincent.gosselin.boucher@gmail.com
Other investigators or team members (optional)Voisard, B., Stojanovic, J., Bacon, S.L., Lavoie,K.
InstitutionUniversité du Québec à Montréal
Country (Country)Canada
Analysis Plan TitlePhysical and mental health impact of the pandemic on health care and essential workers – Representative samples
Analysis Plan DescriptionThis study aimed to identify the concerns, behaviour health and mental health impacts among Canadian ESWs, healthcare workers compared to non-ESW (NESW). Canadian representative samples; Canadians aged 18+ years completed the iCARE survey (www.icarestudy.com) using an online polling firm between June 4-17 (time 1) and October 29-November 11, 2020 (time 2). Descriptive analysis for: recimp; recgovop; actrate; PROV; area; sex; age_yrs; age; edu; REVEN; hoinc; hecond_sq001-011; Comparison between groups for variables concern, behaviour and health behaviour variables. Group:  Healthcare workers (HCWs) vs No HCWs;  Essential service workers (ESWs) vs No ESWs; HCWs vs ESWs; Comparison between Time – Canadian representative sample – 1: Avril 2020; 2: June 2020 3: November 2020; 4: January 2021; 5: March 2021; 6: June 2021; 7: August 2021
Keyword 1Healthcare workers
Keyword 2Mental Health
Keyword 3Essential workers
Keyword 2Behaviour
Survey dataSurvey data
Location dataCountry-based
Country (Country)Canada
Additional countriesNo
Analysis outputs (optional)Boucher, V.G., Voisard, G., Bacon, S., & Lavoie, K. L. The impact of COVID-19 on Essential Service workers in Canada: Results from two nationally representative samples in the iCARE Study. Poster presentation (YouTube or PowerPoint) April 21, 2021: COVID-19 & Public Health Forum 2021. https://mbmc-cmcm.ca/mbmc/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/CPHA_VGB_2021_2.0_10min-presentation.pdf
Target completion date (optional)01-04-2021
Entry Date08-02-2021 11:45
Latest update2023-03-20: Article under review at Canadian Journal of Public Health