Survey Resource Group
The Survey Resource Group provides guidance and ensures consistency in the development and implementation of surveys and questionnaires at Canberra Hospital, with reference to the hospital's existing policies.
The group meets monthly and reports to the General Manager.
In this section:
Surveys and questionnaires
Surveys and questionnaires involving staff and/or patients at Canberra Hospital require endorsement by the Survey Resource Group. All prospective surveys and questionnaires should be submitted through the Research Office for assessment by the Survey Resource Group. The assessment form used by the committee to assess the surveys can be found here to assist with survey design.
The following forms should be used when submitting a survey to the committee.
|Download:||Survey checklist (Microsoft Word Document - 112k)|
Survey Resource Group Endorsement Form
|Download:||Survey Resource Group Endorsement Form (Typed and handwritten) (Microsoft Word Document - 64k)|
Terms of Reference
|Download:||Terms of Reference (Microsoft Word Document - 33k)|
Example Surveys and Participant Information Sheet
Two example surveys with their accompanying participant information sheets have been prepared to assist researchers with survey development.
Survey Number 1
This survey is short and simple and would be a project that does not require ACT Health Human Research Ethics Committee approval.
|Download:||Survey 1 (PDF File - 38k)|
Survey Number 2
This is an example of a more complicated survey that would require approval from the ACT Health Human Research Ethics Committee.
|Download:||Survey 2 (PDF File - 117k)|
For more information, please ring us on (02) 6205 0846 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Level 6, Building 10
PO Box 11
Woden ACT 2606
ACT Health Human Research Ethics Committee
Surveys as part of a study submitted at the ACT Health Human Research Ethics Committee should be approved by the Survey Resource Group first. The ACT Health Human Research Ethics Committee submission form can be found here ACT Health Human Research Ethics Committee website