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NSW LGBTI Health Strategy - community survey

Introduction

About the strategy

The NSW Ministry of Health is in the process of developing the first NSW Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Intersex (LGBTI) Health Strategy.

The Strategy will guide the NSW Health public health system, while recognising that general practitioners (GPs), private health services, and non-government and community organisations also play a key role in delivering health care to LGBTI people.

About the survey

This survey is your opportunity to share your experiences using health services in NSW. We would like your input on what’s working well, any gaps in service provision, and opportunities for improvement. By taking part, you will help to strengthen safety, access, diversity and inclusivity across the NSW Health system. By participating you will provide valuable insights for other health service providers across the state.

This survey should take around 15 minutes to complete and closes on Sunday 15 December 2019 at 5pm.

Your responses will be treated as confidential. Participation in this research is voluntary, so please feel free to skip any questions that you prefer not to answer.

This research is being conducted by Urbis, an independent research company, on behalf of the Health and Social Policy Branch of the NSW Ministry of Health. This survey has been designed in consultation with organisations representing the LGBTI community.

A tailored survey is being developed for people with intersex variations. If you would like to be invited to complete this survey please contact Sidonie Roberts from Urbis at the details provided below.

Any questions

If you would like to discuss any aspect of this survey or the information you gave, please contact:
  • Sidonie Roberts from Urbis on (02) 8233 9962 or sroberts@urbis.com.au
  • Greg Smitheram at the Health and Social Policy Branch, NSW Ministry of Health on (02) 9391 9353 or greg.smitheram@health.nsw.gov.au.

For support

Some people may feel upset during or after completing this survey. If you do feel upset, please contact one of the numbers below to talk to somebody.   
  • Q Life – 1800 184 527 (available 3pm-midnight, 7 days)
  • Lifeline – 13 11 14 (available 24 hours, 7 days)