The Hopkins Centre Dignity Project launches online survey

October 15th, 2020

The Hopkins Centre is seeking to understand how COVID-19 has impacted the lives of people with disabilities and those that support them – friends, carers and family members through an online survey.

This research is being conducted by the Hopkins Centre, a joint initiative of Griffith University and Metro South Hospital and Health Service.

The research findings will help governments, policymakers, and key stakeholders manage current and future impacts of the pandemic in their work with people with disabilities and their support networks.

The survey is voluntary and will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete. The survey closes on 31 October 2020.

If you are interested in taking the survey, the Hopkins Centre requests you first read the information sheet about the research and your participation.

If you would like more information about the survey, visit https://www.hopkinscentre.edu.au/covid19impact or contact Mrs Kelsey Chapman, the Hopkins Centre, on 0424 868 998 or k.chapman@griffith.edu.au.

To learn more about the survey’s overarching project, Hopkins Centre Dignity Project, visit https://www.hopkinscentre.edu.au/the-dignity-project

Disclaimer: The NIISQ Agency is not a partner in the project. The article is for sharing information only and does not represent the NIISQ Agency’s endorsement of the project and its outcomes. NIISQ participants and their support network are not required to be part of the project unless they choose to. Further information can be sourced from the organisation conducting the project.