The next survey
will be launched in August 2015.
See you later! Project1626 is an online survey asking young people to Speak Up on sex, alcohol, and drugs. By telling us what you think we can understand your health needs and you can win one of 20 x $50 iTunes vouchers.
If you're between
16 and 26 years old
it's time to Speak Up. We are asking young people to tell us about sexual practices, sexual health and opinions about alcohol and drugs. Every question is anonymous and it doesn't matter if do or don't drink, use drugs or have sex. .
The survey takes about 20 minutes to complete.
It's anonymous, so you can be honest. Once you're done you'll get some feedback on your responses; feel free to think of them as tips about your health.
Get started here below.
By taking part you help university researchers (from CSHR at UNSW Australia) develop knowledge about young peoples' lives and their health needs. So, Speak Up and don't forget that finishing the survey also means you get the chance to win one of 20 x $50 iTunes vouchers.
Twenty vouchers of a $50 value each will be raffled among participants. The only thing you need to do to have a chance to win one of these vouchers is to fully complete the survey. Good luck!
The survey is conducted by the Centre for Social Research in Health at UNSW Australia, Sydney. Please send your questions, suggestions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. The protocol used in this study has been approved by the UNSW Human Research Ethics Committee.
This survey contains some explicit questions about sexual practices, as well as questions on STIs and HIV. If you are not comfortable answering such questions we advise you not to take part in the survey.
Open here the Participant Information Statement [PDF]
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