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Date posted: 17 May 2013
The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet recently conducted a survey on the eye health section of the website, the EyeInfoNet.
The aim of the survey was to determine whether the EyeInfoNet was meeting the needs of users, gauge user satisfaction, and gain feedback about user interest in the creation of a plain language portal (sub-section linked to the relevant section) for eye health and related workers. The survey ran from 12 March to 19 April 2013, and had 68 responses from website users.
The survey found that users were very satisfied with the AIH website, with 96% of respondents indicated it was ‘very easy' or ‘easy' to find the information they were looking for on the EyeInfoNet. More than half of users (61%) reported that the EyeInfoNet section ‘always' or ‘mostly' had the information they need for work, and there was also strong support for a plain language portal for eye health and related workers.
Interested survey participants went into a draw to win a choice of either a camera, an iPod, or a $250 voucher. The HealthInfoNet would like to congratulate Laurel McCarthy from Queensland, who was the winner of the prize.
The EyeInfoNet team thanks all participants for their valuable feedback. A three-page summary of survey results and written feedback, containing more detail, is attached as a pdf for download.
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