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Take the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet yarning places survey and go in the draw to win a prize

Date posted: 2 July 2012

The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet is undertaking a survey to find out information on users accessing the HealthInfoNet yarning places.

There are 14 yarning places, dedicated to different Indigenous health topics. The yarning places are electronic networks that allow people working, studying or interested in various Indigenous health issues to share information, knowledge and experience.

Your input will assist us in improving the yarning places so that they suit your needs. The survey aims to gain an insight into how the yarning place and their functions are used, and whether there could be improvements made.

The survey only takes a short time to complete, and participants go into the draw to win their choice of either a camera, an iPod, or a voucher. The yarning places survey 2012 can be accessed using the link provided below, or from the HealthInfoNet's homepage.


Leah Levitan
Senior multimedia officer
Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
Ph: (08) 9370 6336


Last updated: 2 July 2012
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