The aim of this survey is to find out how Whyalla mums, dads and carers look for advice, information and resources when they are managing their children’s health.
The results of this study will be communicated to health service providers with the aim of helping parents to support their children’s health.
The Parents Using Child Health Information (PUCHI) study invites Whyalla parents to participate in an online survey. The survey is being run by researchers at the University of South Australia’s Department of Rural Health and School of Education, led by Associate Professor Sue Nichols.
Participation in this survey is voluntary. You can finish the survey at any point. If you do complete the survey, you are eligible to receive a “child health show bag” and to go in the draw to win one of eight iTunes vouchers worth $30.
This survey is anonymous. We will not be asking for your name or address.
There are 35 questions in this survey.