University of Melbourne survey: Examining How Adults Support Children’s Mental Health

The University of Melbourne are inviting health professionals who works with children aged 5 to 12 years to take part in a short survey (25 minutes) examining how adults support children’s mental health and wellbeing.
 Purpose of the study: to find out what Australian adults who work and live with children know about supporting children’s mental health. This research will help us develop a new measure that can tell us what adults know about supporting children’s health.
What you will be asked to do 

This study involves taking an online survey that takes about 25 minutes to complete.

The survey asks for some demographic information (e.g. age, ethnicity, race) which will be used to broadly describe the participants in our research – it will not be linked to you as an individual. The survey will present hypothetical scenarios about a child experiencing and/or developing a mental health problem, including a child who is at risk of suicide/self-harm. The survey will then ask some questions about the actions you would take to support this child.

You may be invited to complete a shorter version of the same survey in two weeks. This will take approximately 15 minutes.

For more information about the study  

You can access the full Participant Information Statement in the link below. If you would like to participate in this project, you can access and complete the survey on Qualtrics via the below link.

I have more questions. Who can I contact?
If you would like more information about the project, please contact the responsible researcher; Dr Amy Morgan, [email protected]
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