NACCHO Aboriginal Eye Health Survey : Fred Hollows Foundation’s Indigenous Australia Program (IAP)

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The Fred Hollows Foundation’s Indigenous Australia Program (IAP) is conducting a survey of our partners.

As a valued partner of the IAP , we are keen to understand your views and use these to help us improve.

Completing the survey will take approximately 10 – 15 minutes. The survey is confidential and responses will not be attributed to any individual or organisation.

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The survey is open from Wednesday the 14th of November  to Wednesday the 30th of November 2016.

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The survey consists of four short sections:

  • Section 1 asks you about your relationship with the IAP
  • Section 2 focuses on the IAP’s guiding principles
  • Section 3 asks you about our partnership approach
  • Section 4 focuses on our organisation, processes and people

Your input will be collated in a way that guarantees the anonymity of your responses. The results will help inform the IAP’s continuous improvement process. Depending on the feedback we receive, we expect to make specific program improvements and/or guide specific advocacy messages. Key survey results and how the IAP plans to address them will be disseminated to partners via email early next year.

Please contact myself jbarton@hollows.org  or Alison Rogers arogers@hollows.org if you have any questions.

Completing this survey can helps us make a positive impact on how the IAP works to increase access to eye health services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.

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Your participation is greatly appreciated.

Kind Regards,

Jaki Adams-Barton

Manager, Indigenous Australia Program | The Fred Hollows Foundation

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