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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin

Survey of health professionals and the National Relay Service for people with hearing or speech impairments

Date posted: 6 June 2012

The National Relay Service (NRS) is developing a new online learning module for health professionals.

The e-learning module is designed to raise awareness and understanding of the service among a range of health professionals - however currently, there is little understanding of what existing awareness health professionals have of the service.

To determine what existing awareness health professionals have of the service, and what support may be needed for them to feel confident in referring clients, the NRS is inviting health professionals - specifically Indigenous Health Workers, audiologists, audiometrists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists and social workers - to participate in a short survey.

Every health worker who participates in the survey will have the opportunity to go in the draw to win $1000 contribution by the NRS, toward the registration and associated costs of an upcoming Indigenous Health conference.

The survey needs to be completed by 6 July and takes about ten minutes. To complete the survey, visit the link below.


Kathleen Tan
Project Coordinator
National Relay Service
Ph: (02) 9352 3410
Fax: 1800 555 690
TTY: 1800 555 630


Last updated: 7 June 2012
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