Why should you

 Join Project COPE?

Top 3 reasons to Join Project COPE

Represent your community! Whether it is your profession, medical specialty, ethnicity or country, we want to hear from everyone to ensure our findings are representative and comprehensive.

Take part in an international study targeted to benefit the healthcare field that will provide data potentially detailing how we can better be prepared to face a crisis of a similar nature in the future.

Make your experience count! We want to hear about everything you are going through, good and bad, to ensure we have a well rounded picture of the current state of the pandemic.

Top 3 reasons to Respond to the surveys

The surveys are brief and through continuous participation we will gain continuous awareness of the changes in your field and the impact it has on workers in your specialty. As the pandemic progresses, we gain more questions and need your help findingthe answers!

The first survey allows us to collect demographic information so we can see how COVID-19 is affecting different genders, age groups, races, ethnicities, and professions. 

The weekly surveys allow us to collect data longitudinally as the COVID-19 crisis continues we can monitor changes in your work environment and the impact it has on employees over time.

Top 3 reasons to submit a video journal

By submitting short video journal entries, you can have your voice heard. Discussing the hardships that you face and providing scenarios of your daily life will inform us about the current state of your industry during the pandemic.

The video journals provide a chance to talk about anything that is concerning you. This is your chance to provide additional information beyond what we have asked about.


Discussing your current state can be very therapeutic. You will have the ability to express your feelings, emotions and experiences that you perhaps haven’t been able to disclose otherwise.

The project Cope team appreciates all the information you contribute to help us learn about the pandemics impact on healthcare workers