The PEI Government is creating a health strategy to improve the health and wellbeing of women and gender-diverse Islanders at each stage of their lives.

As part of the strategy development process, the public is invited to take part in this survey to collect feedback related to the health and wellbeing of gender-diverse Islanders, with a particular focus on the following:
  • What is working well in supporting the health and wellbeing of gender-diverse people
  • Challenges impacting the health and wellbeing of gender-diverse people
  • Potential opportunities to address gaps and challenges

The survey is confidential and will take no more than 4 minutes to complete. Personal information from this survey is collected under section 31(c) of PEI's Freedom of Information & Protection of Privacy Act as it relates directly to developing the Women and Gender-Diverse Islanders’ Health Strategy.

If you have any questions, please contact Mary Acorn at mracorn@gov.pe.ca or 902-218-5814.

 

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* 1. To what extent do you think government is doing a good job with the following:

  To a great extent To some extent Not at all Not sure
Providing gender-diverse people with access to a wide range of health and wellbeing services on PEI
Ensuring gender-diverse people are treated with dignity and respect
Addressing stigma/discrimination
Ensuring gender-diverse people have access to basic services in their own community/local area
Providing gender-diverse people with access to specialist services
Ensuring gender-diverse people are aware of services that exist and how to access them
Ensuring there is good communication and information sharing between those providing health and wellbeing services 
Supporting service providers to work together to meet the health and wellness needs of clients 
Providing services that are culturally sensitive/specific
Ensuring gender-diverse people are actively involved in their care decisions
Ensuring gender-diverse people receive care in a timely fashion - they get the care they need when they need it
Providing alternatives to in-person care - telephone consults, virtual care, online services, etc.
Ensuring gender-diverse people receive quality care
Ensuring gender-diverse people receive timely care

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* 2. What are some challenges you believe gender-diverse people face in accessing services that impact their health and wellbeing? (check all that apply)

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* 3. What could be done to improve the health and wellbeing of gender-diverse people? (check all that apply)

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* 4. What best describes your gender?

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* 5. What is your age?

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* 6. What region do you live in?

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* 7. Please share any other thoughts or suggestions.

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