1. Western Australian Trauma Training and Education Unit: GP Training Needs Analysis

As part of a statewide Training Needs Analysis (TNA) being conducted by the Western Australian Trauma Training and Education Unit (WATTEU),  we are asking all General Practitioners involved in the care and management of trauma and injured patients to complete this survey to assess delivery of trauma training and education in Western Australia. 

The survey should take approximately 5-9 minutes to complete and the responses to this survey are completely anonymous. Your participation in this survey is voluntary, and throughout the survey you can withdraw at any time by closing your browser. Completion of this survey implies consent for the data to be used for the purpose outlined above.

The term 'trauma' refers to any type of physical injury caused as a result of accidents, falls, violence or self harm. Trauma is a major, but often preventable, cause of injury and remains the leading cause of death in Australia for those between the ages of 1-44. The need for education of those involved in the management of trauma patients is well recognised and through this survey we hope to identify the trauma training needs and requirements of General Practitioners across Western Australia.

If you have any questions or comments regarding this survey, please contact watteu@health.wa.gov.au or by phone 08 6457 3699. 

PLEASE NOTE – when completing the survey in Survey Monkey DO NOT use your browser navigation buttons to progress or return to any questions. Please use the previous and next buttons at the bottom of the survey.
Survey version 1.0 pilot : Dated 30 MAR 2016
3% of survey complete.