Can you help with some University of Melbourne eCOVID-19- Research?
The Nossal Institute for Global Health at the University of Melbourne is conducting global research into the economic, health and well-being consequences of COVID 19.
How Are You Going? is an online survey to assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the overall well-being, health and economic circumstances of individuals and households across the globe. The research will explore how large these impacts are, how they vary across individuals, by their social and economic circumstances, and over time. The research insights are intended to lead to more effective policy responses. You can read the project’s Plain Language Statement.
The survey will take about 10-15 minutes to complete and is available in 22 languages. There are a few household questions to start, this will help the researchers to identify patterns within populations. Responses are all confidential and respondents cannot be personally identified.
The online survey will not only help researchers the impact of COVID-19 on the economic and overall well-being of individuals, but it will also give you a voice to share your personal experience. Every experience is unique, take this opportunity to have yours recorded. Complete the online survey.
Some thoughts on how we could distribute.
  •                Share this post on your Facebook page.
  •                Share the link to the How Are You Going Survey with your members.
  •                I could provide an article for your next newsletter.
I would be happy to discuss any opportunities you may have for your members to participate in this research.  My number is 0407 303 488.
Kind regards
Angela Mudford | Communications Coordinator (Mon, Tues, Thu)
Nossal Institute | Melbourne School of Population and Global Health
333 Exhibition Street, Melbourne
The University of Melbourne, Victoria 3010 Australia
M: +61 407 303 488 E:
Please note I work part time Mondays, Tuesday and Thursday.
I acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which I work, and pay my respects to the Elders, past and present.