Monday, December 3, 2012

A Survey opportunity to give your opinion about Health & Mental Health telephone services

Do you want to have your say about health related telephone support services available to rural and remote communities in NSW?
 
The University of Newcastle’s Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health is conducting a survey to gain an understanding of community members perceptions of health related telephone support services available to rural and remote communities in NSW.
 
The survey, open to residents and service providers aged 18 and over in rural and remote NSW, includes a series of open and closed ended questions asking you about your awareness, knowledge and perceptions of health telephone support services available. A particular focus of the survey is mental health telephone support.
 
To find out more information and to complete the survey please go to:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VFKDP8K
 
Please feel free to distribute this opportunity to your networks.
 
To receive hard copies of the survey please contact Helen Le Gresley, Research Assistant, Rural Adversity Mental Health Program, Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health on helen.legresley@newcastle.edu.au or
(02) 63 63 8444.
 
This study has been approved by the University of Newcastle’s Human Research Ethics Committee, Approval Number H-2012-0348.  

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