How to complete this
This is the eighth survey for the
women of the 1973-78 cohort.
As the purpose of the project is to look
at changes over time, some of the questions are the same as those in
Please answer every question you can. If you are unsure
about how to answer a question, mark the response for the closest answer to how
Please answer the survey for the time period
indicated even if you are pregnant or your circumstances are unusual in some way
unless the question states otherwise.
|DATA LINKAGE: As you know (informed via
the newsletter since 2004), Medicare Australia has agreed to regularly
provide information held by them to ALSWH without your needing to consent
every time. Other information such as birth and death records, disease
registers and hospital discharge records, aged care and community
datasets, will also be available (names and other personal details are not
included with the information). You don’t need to do anything as a result
of this information. However if you have any questions about this process
or you want to opt out, call the Freecall number: 1800 068 081. For more
information, see the newsletter.|
You can only select one answer per row or column for
questions with radio buttons (circles).
You may select more than one answer per row or column for
questions with checkboxes (squares).
In order to progress through this
survey, please use the following navigation buttons:
Click the 'Next' button to continue to the next page.
Click the 'Previous' button to return to the previous page.
Click the 'Resume later' button to have an email sent to you with a
link to come back to the survey where you left off.
You will be notified if you have missed any questions on a page.
Clicking 'Next' for a second time will progress you to the next
If you need help to answer any questions, please
ring 1800 068 081 (This is a FREECALL number).
If you are
concerned about any of your health experiences and would like some help, you may
like to contact:
your nearest Women’s Health Centre or Community Health Centre
your General Practitioner for advice about who would be the best person in
your community for you to talk to.
If you feel distressed now and
would like to talk to someone, you could ring Lifeline on 13 11 14 (local