Surveys by Country — Ireland
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An Investigation into the Types of Short Food Supply Chains used by Artisan Food Producers in Ireland – Questionnaire (22 responses)
Dear Sir/Madam, My name is Helen Keane, I am a student of the B.A. Culinary Entrepreneurship at Athlone Institute of Technology conducting research under the supervision of Ms. Frances McGettigan. The topic of my thesis reads as follows: An Investigation into the Types of Short Food Supply Chains used by Artisan Food Producers in Ireland. The aim of this research project is to analyse the various types of short food chains used by artisan food producers in Ireland. The objectives of the research are as follows; 1. To analyse the types of short food supply chains. 2. To study the relationship between short food supply chains and sustainability. 3. Evaluate the opportunity for the creation of a new short food supply chain which can be used by artisan food producers located in Ireland. Completion of the questionnaire would take approximately 15 minutes of your time. Participation in this survey is completely voluntary and anonymous. If there are any questions that you prefer not to answer, you may skip them. If you would like to write additional comments on the questionnaire, please do not hesitate to do so. Please be assured that all information that you provide will be kept strictly confidential. You will not be identified in the thesis or in any report or publication based on this research. All results from the study will be reported as statistical summaries only. Thank you in advance for your co-operation in my research.An Investigation into the Types of Short Food Supply Chains used by Artisan Food Producers in Ireland – Questionnaire
LEGALISATION OF SURROGACY (89 responses)
THIS SURVEY IS ONLY DEALING WITH A SURROGATE THAT HAS NO BLOOD TIE TO THE CHILD. Surrogacy is illegal in most European countries, so many couples travel to Asia to avail of this service. As there is no legislation in place, the biological mother has no legal rights to a child born from surrogacy.The surrogate mother is seen to be the child`s legal guardian, even though they have no biological link. Gestational surrogacy (also known as host or full surrogacy) takes place when an embryo created by in vitro fertilization (IVF) technology is implanted in a surrogate, sometimes called a gestational carrier. Gestational surrogacy may take a number of forms, but in each form the resulting child is genetically unrelated to the surrogate: The embryo is created using the intended father's sperm and the intended mother's eggs. The resulting child is genetically related to both intended parents.LEGALISATION OF SURROGACY
ESB Asset Development Mentoring Programme Survey (10 responses)
Following the roll out of the mentoring programme in 2016, we are in the process of reviewing the feedback from the mentor and mentee's who were involved in the programme. If you could please take a few minutes to answer the following questions which will provide feedback for future mentor programmes. Thank YouESB Asset Development Mentoring Programme Survey
Understanding resilience in Irish helping professionals. (17 responses)
One in five individuals will experience depression or other mental health difficulty in their lifetime (WHO, 2003). Approximately 500 Irish people each year commit suicide (CSO, 2015). These people are our siblings, parents, friends and children. This is a Clinical Psychology Doctoral study. It is investigating factors that contribute to the resilience of Irish individuals. Your contribution will help to increase our understanding of these issues in the Irish population. Any individual who works or volunteers with homelessness, addiction, abuse, policing, emergency response, trauma-counselling or other area involving exposure to upsetting events are invited to part-take in the study. The survey will take approximately 20-25mins to complete. Please answer honestly without taking too long or thinking too much about any one answer.Understanding resilience in Irish helping professionals.
Parents/Carers Survey for Books4Babies Evaluation (64 responses)
This is a short survey for parents/carers who have received the book packs as part of the Books4Babies programme in Co. Wexford. It is part of an independent evaluation being carried out by Elaine Mac Donald DClinPsych and Louise Kinlen PhD. We would really appreciate if you could take a few minutes to carry out this brief survey. No names are required and all information will be treated confidentially. We would also like to invite you to participate in a focus group to discuss the programme. If you would like to participate or have any queries, you can contact Elaine on firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. 086 735 4971Parents/Carers Survey for Books4Babies Evaluation
Your mental health, bullying is always unacceptable (17 responses) Your mental health, bullying is always unacceptable
This questionnaire is part of my master thesis project, the purpose of this questionnaire is to determine what motivates employees most at work. To take this survey you must have a job already. It will take no more than 4 minutes to complete the questionnaire. There are no foreseeable risks or discomforts to you for taking part in this study. Your answers are anonymous and confidential. According to this research any publications or reports will use group data only.EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION
Implementation of Value Management & Lean Construction (25 responses) Implementation of Value Management & Lean Construction
Gourmet Products (1 responses)
This is a survey about Why people choose gourmet products over standard products.Gourmet Products
The potential effects that adults with intellectual disabilities have on their family members (57 responses) The potential effects that adults with intellectual disabilities have on their family members
Body By G Member Survey (29 responses)
We would really appreciate if you could take 5 minutes to complete this survey so we get your feedback and make gym improvements to benefit everybody. Thank you for your time.Body By G Member Survey
Technology Skills and Social Development on children been ages 3 and 9 2017....... (35 responses) Technology Skills and Social Development on children been ages 3 and 9 2017.......
An overview of current occupational therapy practice in intellectual disability in Ireland (29 responses)
* Please only complete this survey if you have been working in your current service for more than 6 months.An overview of current occupational therapy practice in intellectual disability in Ireland