Australian Survey of Public Attitudes & Experiences Regarding End of Life Care

ACHR Survey

For those of us who might find a moment of idle time in proximity of a computer this long weekend, consider having your say in the Australian Centre for Health Research (ACHR) Survey of Public Attitudes Regarding End of Life Care.

According to ACHR, the aim of this quality improvement survey is to explore and understand the attitudes of the Australian population towards death, dying and end of life care.

There are 24 questions in total, and the survey is estimated to take around 15 minutes.
Your feedback will help shape how end of life care is supported and funded in Australia.

You can navigate to the ACHR survey page here to participate.

 

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