Rural, regional and remote workforce training needs to improve mental health care, services and health outcomes survey

24 March 2019

You are invited to participate in National Rural Health Alliance’s rural, regional and remote workforce training needs to improve mental health services survey.

The purpose of the survey is to find out what are the mental health training needs of the rural, regional and remote workforce to improve mental health care, services and health outcomes.

The Productivity Commission is currently undertaking an inquiry into the costs of mental health in Australia. The Productivity Commission are interested in finding out what are the training needs of the workforce to be able to deliver effective mental health care.

Data collected from the survey will be used to inform the National Rural Health Alliance’s response to the Productivity Commission and also inform ongoing strategic planning. The survey is anonymous and your participation is voluntary.

The survey opens Friday 22nd March 2019 and closes at close of business on Tuesday 2nd April 2019.

You can complete the survey by clicking on the link here: 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/53MJYYX

Or alternatively, you can complete the survey in hard copy. Place your completed survey in the survey collection box at the National Rural Health Alliance booth.

Any queries about the survey please contact Dr Joanne Walker - jo@ruralhealth.org.au or telephone: 02 6285 4660

Thank you, once again, for your participation in the survey.

 

With warm regards,

The National Rural Health Alliance Team.