Have your say about what works and what more is needed to improve eye care and eye health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people at a regional level!
Indigenous Eye Health at The University of Melbourne is asking people who work in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander eye health sector to participate in an anonymous survey as part of a national evaluation. The survey asks questions about your experience working in the sector, what kinds of activities you’ve seen or been involved with at a regional level, what changes have happened over time, what has supported this work and what more is needed to improve eye care and eye health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
It will take around 20 minutes to complete.
The survey closes on 30th April 2021 so don’t miss your opportunity to contribute to this national evaluation, and a chance to win a prize!*
*Those who complete the survey can go into the draw for a Check Today, See Tomorrow T-Shirt or a pair of Deadly Eyewear sunglasses (20 of each to be won!)
The evaluation project has received multi-site ethics and research governance approvals. For full details of ethics approvals please review the participant information sheet available here. Please consider whether you have permission from your organisation to complete the survey.
For more information about the evaluation contact Tessa Saunders via email: Tessa.Saunders@unimelb.edu.au