Studies

Moment Survey

A survey for young people aged 16-24

The Moment Survey is being conducted by QIMR Berghofer and the Centre for Mental Health at Swinburne University in Victoria.

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Aim:

The purpose of this survey is to investigate the mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on young people (aged 16-24 years) living in Queensland and Victoria to better understand how to support young people in these difficult times.

Participation involves:

  • This is an anonymous 30-minute survey that is only able to be completed online
  • Participants do not need to be engaged with a service to participate
  • Participation is voluntary
  • The survey closes at midnight 31 July 2021

Eligibility criteria:

We are looking for people:

  • currently living in Queensland or Victoria
  • aged 16-24

For participants aged 16-17, the survey link must first be sent to the parent or guardian to provide consent before the minor is able to complete the survey.

Data Handling:

Data from the online surveys will be sent to a secure data platform managed by Swinburne University of Technology. The data will be securely stored, and only project investigators will have access to the data, for analysis and dissemination purposes.

How can I participate?

Click on the link below to participate in the survey. As a token of our appreciation, six participants will be randomly drawn to receive a Lenovo tablet and ten participants will receive a $50 gift card.

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QIMR-HREC approval reference: P3687

Swinburne HREC Ref number: 20215451-6504

Open Date: 1/04/2021

Recruitment status: CLOSED

For enquiries relating to the study, please contact: Denny Meyer at Swinburne University: dmeyer@swin.edu.au