Have your say!
You are invited to have your say by participating in the following survey:
SIRA invites you to have your say
SIRA are asking for feedback from physiotherapists who provide services to people injured at work and who are an important part of the care framework delivering optimal health, recovery and quality of life outcomes to compensation scheme participants.
As part of an evaluation of temporary COVID-19 legislative changes introduced into NSW earlier this year, we are now seeking your feedback to help with the continuation of the ongoing scheme certification policy in NSW. It will take approximately 15 minutes to complete the anonymous survey. Please do so before 5pm, Friday 8 January 2021.
Begin survey here.
Visit the Evaluation of allied health certification page on the SIRA website for more information. If you have difficulty accessing the survey or have any questions about the evaluation, please email SIRAResearch@sira.nsw.gov.au
National COVID-19 Clinical Evidence Taskforce Survey
The National COVID-19 Clinical Evidence Taskforce is inviting Australian healthcare practitioners to participate in a brief (5-10 minute) survey to understand what you think about the website, and the guidelines and flowcharts for care of people with COVID-19.
Your participation is voluntary, anonymous, and very much appreciated.
To participate in the survey, please click here.
The National COVID-19 Clinical Evidence Taskforce is funded by, the Australian Government Department of Health, the Victorian Government Department of Health and Human Services, the Ian Potter Foundation and the Walter Cottman Endowment Fund, managed by Equity Trustees.
Interested in the digital collection of PROMs?
The PRF is currently recruiting physiotherapists to join a pilot program for collecting patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs). Good outcome data can assist research and prove the efficacy of physiotherapy intervention to help influence future funding opportunities.
To participate in the survey and to find out more, click here.
AHPA Software and Digital Health Survey
The use of digital health systems is becoming increasingly important with the Australian government investing in a range of digital health technologies, such as My Health Record and e-Prescribing.
A common factor in accessing digital health technology is the use of a clinical information system – practice software that allows you to make patient bookings, record patient notes and send/store referrals and reports.
We are working with Allied Health Professions Australia and the government to understand your use and experience of digital health systems.
Please respond to this survey by Monday 30 November 2020.
The survey should take 10 - 15 minutes to complete and is being conducted by Survey Matters, so you can be sure your responses will remain confidential. All results will be reported in aggregate only. Participants will be able to enter the prize draw to win one of four $250 Prepaid Visa Cards.
Any questions can be directed to Survey Matters via firstname.lastname@example.org.
To participate in the survey click here.