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PARENTS USING CHILD HEALTH INFORMATION IN WHYALLA

 

 

Parents Using Child Health Information Survey (PUCHI)

About the PUCHI survey

This survey is being run by the University of South Australia’s Department of Rural Health and School of Education. It aims to find out how Whyalla mums, dads and carers look for advice, information and resources when managing their children’s health. Results will be communicated to health services with the aim of helping parents support their children’s health. Participation is voluntary. 

How long is the survey?

There are 38 questions in this survey/interview. None of them should take too long to answer.

Do I have to answer every question?

No, you can skip any question and continue on. You can also go back and change or delete answers.

Is my information secure?

This survey is anonymous. We will not ask for your name or address. When reporting the results, we will not reveal any details which could be used to identify you. All responses will be stored for 7 years on the University of South Australia’s server in a password-protected location, then deleted.

 Is there any reward for completion? 

When you get to the end of the survey, you will get information about how to receive a “child health show bag” and to go in the draw to win one of eight iTunes vouchers worth $30.

Where can I get more information?

For general queries, contact project leader Sue Nichols sue.nichols@unisa.edu.au ph 08 83024225 or our Whyalla-based coordinator Luisa Matacin luisa.matacin@unisa.edu.au. If you have any concerns about the ethical conduct of this research, contact the University’s Human Research Ethics Committee officer Vicki Allen vicki.allen@unisa.edu.au ph 08 83023118.

 

There are 38 questions in this survey.