Break O’ Day & Bicheno Suicide Prevention Trial Site - Poster and Toolkit Survey


This survey is in relation to a Poster and Toolkit Campaign developed by a working group of the Break O'Day & Bicheno Suicide Prevention Trial Site. 

The campaign concentrates on removing stigma often associated with mental illness and the need to enable people to 'open up' conversations and seek help without fear of being viewed differently. To assess what impact, if any, the campaign has had we are asking for your feedback.

This survey is anonymous, and any feedback will be treated in confidence. The survey will take just 5 minutes of your time to complete and participation is voluntary. Completed surveys can be dropped off at the following locations:
St Marys Community Health Centre - Gardiners Creek Rd, St Marys
Fingal Valley Neighbourhood House - 20 Talbot St, Fingal
St Helens District Hospital - 10 Annie St, St Helens
St Helens Neighbourhood House - 25 Circassian St, St Helens
Bicheno Health & Medical Centre - 94 Foster St, Bicheno

Alternatively, you may post to St Helens Neighbourhood House, 25 Circassian St, St Helens 7216. 
To complete a survey online please go to: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3XK8SXG

Every completed survey will go into a draw to win one of three shopping vouchers valued at $200!

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* 1. What is your gender?

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* 2. Age?

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* 3. Usual place of residence (Town/Postcode)

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* 4. Are you aware of the National Suicide Prevention Trial Site in Break O’Day & Bicheno Area?

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* 5. If you answered YES to the previous question, please comment below - otherwise please move onto question 6.

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* 6. Have you seen the Trial Site mental health awareness posters in the Break O’ Day/Bicheno area?

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* 7. How many different posters have you noticed around?

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* 8. Did the use of local places and faces attract your attention to the posters?

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* 9. If you answered YES to the previous question, what about the posters was attractive?

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* 10. Did you find the quotes on the posters helpful?

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* 11. If you answered YES to the previous question, how were the posters helpful?

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* 12. As a result of seeing the posters, have you looked up any of the links to further information provided?

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* 13. If you answered YES to the previous question, what information did you look up?

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* 14. The posters and toolkit reduced negative stigma I had associated with seeking out care for mental health issues?

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* 15. The posters and toolkit improved my awareness of services available locally?

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* 16. The local poster campaign increased the likelihood that I would seek out help for a mental health issue if I needed to? 

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* 17. The local poster campaign had little impact on my perception of the negative stigma associated with mental illness:

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* 18. The posters and toolkit improved my Mental Health knowledge:

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* 19. The poster and toolkit campaign improved my impression of people seeking mental health services:

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* 20. The local poster campaign increased my comfort in thinking about mental health issues:

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* 21. As a result of the local poster campaign I plan to seek mental health assistance?

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* 22. If you answered YES to the previous question, where will you seek assistance?

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* 23. Please provide any additional comments or feedback:

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