Australian Perceptions of Prevention Survey

Client: The University of Sydney

The Australian Perceptions of Prevention Survey is a national telephone survey that collects information about how Australian’s value health as a community and as individuals. The survey is about your views on how the Government spends public money and makes policy related to the community’s health.

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Australian Prevention Partnership Centre and the University of Sydney have contracted the Social Research Centre to conduct the survey. You may have received an SMS notifying you of an upcoming call from the Social Research Centre to take part in the survey.

The information collected in this survey will be used to support and guide policies and programs that aim to improve the lives of Australian’s.

The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Arrangements can be made for you to participate at any time that is convenient to you.

Participation is voluntary and if you agree to participate you are free to withdraw from the study at any time.

Any information you provide will be completely confidential and your answers will not be identified as individual responses. Responses are used for research purposes only and are treated in strict confidence. No other agency or department will have access to your details. All information provided is protected by strict Commonwealth and State privacy laws. Please see the SRC's Privacy Policy for more information.

Your phone number has been randomly generated by computer. We find that this is the best way to obtain a representative sample of people across Australia to make sure we get opinions from a wide range of people.

If you have any questions about your participation in the survey or would like to arrange a time for an interviewer to call you, please call the Social Research Centre on 1800 023 040 (free call).