The FICM often receives requests to distribute Surveys to our Fellows and Members. The decision was taken to not forward on non-FICM surveys, so as not to overload our Fellows and Members with emails.

We are aware that these surveys can however be of interest so, without any endorsement from the FICM, this page will list surveys which the FICM has been asked to distribute, so you may complete them if you wish.

If you wish to add a survey to this page, please contact us at


Current Surveys​:

15 January 2021

BBC Survey on BAME doctors during the coronavirus pandemic

BBC News is carrying out research into the experiences of BAME doctors during the coronavirus pandemic, given that many of them have been disproportionately impacted by the virus. We are interested in finding out how their experiences compare during the first, second and current waves of the virus, and whether doctors feel better protected now as a result of Covid-19 workplace risk assessments. They also ask about the human toll of the virus on doctors’ mental and physical health, and whether doctors have experienced bullying and discrimination during the pandemic.

They have drawn up a short, anonymous questionnaire which they are inviting BAME doctors to complete. The data will be held in accordance with GDPR rules and will not be forwarded on within or outside of the BBC. The findings will be used to inform a report for the BBC's national TV and Radio News programmes, as well as their online platforms.

The deadline for submitting responses is 23.59 on 31 January 2021. The survey can be accessed here:

Should you require any further information, or would like to get in touch (in confidence) about your experiences, please contact Amara Sophia Elahi at the BBC:

Thank you for your time.

18 September 2020

Doctors' Nutrition during their shift work at the hospitals

Kiu Sum, a doctoral researcher at the University of Westminster is undertaking a study of the nutrition of Doctors during shift work and how this relates to wellbeing.

For more information:

Link to join study:

18 September 2020

Amy de Bruycker, a PhD researcher with the University of Leicester is working on her PhD project titled: When female Junior Doctors cross the career threshold: why women are underrepresented in prestigious specialities in the NHS?

This project aims to understand why women are not choosing certain specialties, which is the key to beginning the search for solutions to this discrepancy. It is essential that females are represented equally in all branches of medicine.

The project has been hold nearly 6 months due to COVID but is now trying to recruit participants again after a long delay. They are seeking to speak to:

  • Female junior doctors within the NHS, or those who have taken a recent career break (within 3 years)
  • FY1, FY2 or ST doctors

For more information:

To contact Amy about the

07 September 2020

Development of a Core Outcome Set of Wellbeing Measures for Doctors

If you agree that continually measuring how burnt out we are in these challenging times is not going to improve doctors’ wellbeing, please could you complete the research survey below, which is part of an ISRCTN registered study from the Centre for Workforce Wellbeing. Taking part will help develop an operational definition of what wellbeing is, and a core outcome set of measures of wellbeing. With them we can recognise the optimum conditions to survive and thrive described in various policy documents and can share how we achieve them. The survey is anonymous and takes 20 minutes and we would be incredibly grateful if you would complete it. Here is the link:

Resilience of Healthcare Workers during the Covid-19 pandemic

A group of international doctors and a psychologist are looking to investigate the Resilience of Healthcare Workers during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

In order to do this, they have put together a 7 minute survey which uses validated psychological scales to ascertain levels of this and related factors. 

They would greatly appreciate your assistance in the form of taking the survey. There is further information in the link itself.

To access the survey click here:

Please feel free to directly message or email ( if you have any questions.

Post resuscitation care management in UK ICUs

Post resuscitation care forms part of the chain in the management of cardiac arrest. The Resuscitation Council (UK) last published guidelines on post resuscitation care in 2015. Although these are very useful for managing patients in the post resuscitation phase.

This survey is investigating the extent to which ICUs nationwide are applying these guidelines during management of patients post-ROSC (return of spontaneous circulation).

Survey Link:

Management of pain in patients with rib fractures in critical care

The survey is asking for people's opinions and experience in the management of pain secondary to rib fractures in the critical care setting.

The project is being supported by the critical care department at UHB, Birmingham,

Survey Link: