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Participate in our Health, Wellbeing and Relationships survey

Participate in our Health, Wellbeing and Relationships survey

The ANMF ‘Health, Wellbeing and Relationships Project’ survey is now open.

We need your help! The ANMF ‘Health, Wellbeing and Relationships Project’ survey is now open.

Members are being asked to participate in a 20-minute online survey to help us understand how relationships can affect our health and wellbeing.

The survey covers a range of questions about your health and relationships to help us advocate and support you and your colleagues better into the future.

It is completely anonymous.

The more members who share their experiences, the more useful the findings.

The first research on this topic conducted a few years ago suggested that family violence may be more common among nurses and midwives. But we need to survey a larger group of nurses, midwives and carers.

We also want to know more about members’ wellbeing, the gaps you face in getting your needs met in the community, and how you think things could be better.

By participating, you will directly influence the change we can advocate for into the future.

This has the potential to be a ground-breaking study through members generously sharing their time, experiences and perspective by participating. If you have already submitted a survey, we thank you.

  • If you have not yet started the survey, start one here using any internet connected device (e.g. smart phone, laptop or tablet). You can complete it in multiple sittings only if you use the same device that you started the survey on, just go back to the link.
  • If you want to finish your survey you started sometime since 29 August, use the same device that you started the survey on and click here.

When choosing where and when to participate, please consider that this anonymous survey includes some personal and sensitive questions (e.g. about family violence). We’ve put together a list of confidential support services as we can understand this content may be distressing.

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