COVID-19 and You: Mental Health in Australia Now

About this study

The Centre for Mental Health at Swinburne University is conducting an urgent survey on the impact of COVID-19 on the mental health of Australians.

We are looking for 50,000 people living in Australia who are over 18yo to participate. Please click on the link below for more information and to participate in the anonymous 15-minute survey.

Please share this important survey among your family, friends and other networks. https://tinyurl.com/swin-covid19-survey

For further information, please contact the chief investigator: Prof Susan Rossell, Centre for Mental Health, Swinburne University of Technology, +613 9214 8173, srossell@swin.edu.au

Research TeamChief investigator Prof Susan Rossell
Institution Swinburne University of Technology, Centre for Me
Ethics Approval NumberHREC reference #: SUHREC 20202917-4112
Project Start DateMarch 31, 2020
Project End DateMarch 31, 2025
ParticipantsPeople living in Australia who are over 18.
What is InvolvedParticipate in an anonymous 15-minute survey. Some questions will touch on sensitive information, such as your eating behaviours. If you have any concerns, a list of helplines numbers is provided.
Contact Details

srossell@swin.edu.au or +613 9214 8173

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