Discussion Paper: Shaping the Future Strategic Directions for Aboriginal Health in the WCHN

Discussion Paper: Shaping the Future Strategic Directions for Aboriginal Health in the Women’s and Children’s Health Network.

Thank you for participating in the consultation phase for the Future Strategic Directions for Aboriginal Health in the Women’s and Children’s Health Network.

This survey contains a number of questions which will help us to identify priorities and develop actions for the new Women’s and Children’s Aboriginal Health Plan.

The survey should take approximately 5 minutes to complete and all answers are anonymous; we will not collect any identifying information, unless you choose to provide it.

In order to provide feedback, it is important that you have read the Discussion Paper:

http://www.wch.sa.gov.au/aboriginalhealth

* 1. Have you read the Discussion Paper?

* 2. What is your age?

* 3. Gender

* 4. Do you identify as Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander or both?

* 5. Postcode

* 6. Which of the following describes you? Select all that are applicable:

* 7. Have you or a family member ever accessed WCHN services? Select all that are applicable:

* 8. When was the last time you or your family member accessed a WCHN service?

* 9. How would you rate your experience of WCHN services?

* 10. Please tell us a little more about your experience:

* 11. The Discussion Paper identifies four priorities for WCHN to focus on in order to improve health outcomes for Aboriginal children, young people and women. Which ones are important to you? Select all that are applicable:

* 12. How can we strengthen the opportunity for early intervention, and what does a service response in the First 1000 days look like for Aboriginal women and babies?

* 13. What do you consider successful models of Aboriginal engagement?

* 14. What more can WCHN do to improve the cultural safety and quality of care provided to Aboriginal babies, children, young people and women?

* 15. What are the key health indicators that WCHN should include in a scorecard to measure the health outcomes for Aboriginal babies, children, young people and mothers?

* 16. What else would you add to the priorities?

* 17. The Discussion Paper also identifies a number of existing and emerging themes. Which ones are important to you? Select all that are applicable:

* 18. Is there anything else you would like to tell us that will help in the development of the new Women’s and Children’s Health Network Aboriginal Health Plan?

* 19. Would you like to receive updates on the development of the new WCHN Aboriginal Health Plan and/or be involved in future consultations?

If "Yes". please provide your contact details:

* 20. Name:

* 21. Phone:

* 22. Email:

Thank you for your feedback!

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