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2016 e-Mental Health Support Service Survey

2016 e-Mental Health Support Service Survey

This survey is being conducted by the National Institute for Mental Health Research at The Australian National University and led by Julia Reynolds.

As part of an Australian Department of Health funded project (eMHPrac) they are seeking to understand Australian primary health care service provider awareness and use of online mental health services. They have conducted annual surveys in 2014 and 2015. This is the third survey. Summary findings will be used in reports compiled for the Department of Health and published in scientific forums such as journals and conference presentations.

They are seeking the views of a wide range of primary care allied health service providers and nurses including psychologists, social workers, practice nurses, mental health nurses, counsellors, occupational therapists, community health workers, pharmacists, peer support workers and other allied health workers.

If you are engaged in this kind of work in Australia, please consider taking the survey. The survey will take about 15-20 minutes to complete.