SQRH has been established to increase rural health training opportunities for nursing, midwifery and allied health students and health professionals in regional, rural and remote communities.
We are developing the health workforce where it is needed most.
SQRH supports rural health professionals and students to engage in high quality rural health research.
Date - 10 August 2020
SQRH is seeking participants to be become part of important research into the impact of the Coronavirus on the Australian population, especially in regional, rural and remote communities.
The SQRH Research Team would like to hear from more people about a number of topics including how respondents feel the Coronavirus has been handled, if people are complying with government directives, personal impacts of social distancing and hygiene practices and level of safety in the community.
The results from this research study will be used to explore how the COVID-19 pandemic has been communicated to the Australian public as well as how information has been received and actioned.
To be a part of this vital research, complete the survey HERE.
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