About the Survey:

A significant effort has been made to increase the availability of internet access and telehealth services in Australia during the past several years, particularly in remote areas of the Northern Territory, Queensland and Western Australia. The COVID-19 Pandemic has been a disruptor forcing clinicians and patients to embrace telehealth.

The following survey is intended to capture people’s experiences of internet access and telehealth across Australia, particularly with their experiences in the pandemic.

Simbani Integrated Research and the Asia Pacific College of Business and Law are keen to understand the barriers and enablers to telehealth uptake in various regions of Australia. This research is supported by the Cooperative Research Centre for developing Northern Australia (https://crcna.com.au/research/projects/developing-simplerobust-telehealth-system-remote-communities).


For further information about the survey contact:
Darius Pfitzner (Asia Pacific College of Business and Law, Charles Darwin University) on 08 8946 8831 or Darius.Pfitzner@cdu.edu.au
Marianne St Clair (Simbani Integrated Research) on 0427 555 484 or marianne@simbani.com.au.
David Murtagh (Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine and Simbani Research) phone on 0452501580 or d.murtagh@acrrm.org.au or dave@simbani.com.au


Your involvement in this study is entirely voluntary and you must be at least 18 years of age to participate. You can also choose to withdraw from the survey at any time. If you would like information about human research and privacy management, please refer to the Information about the Human Ethics Processes located at: http://www.cdu.edu.au/research/ori/human-ethics.

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* 1. To complete this survey you must be over 18. Are you 18 years of age or over?

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