Sexual and reproductive health survey

The Women’s Centre for Health Matters is conducting a community consultation survey about ACT women’s sexual and reproductive health.
This is an opportunity for women to share their views and let us know about health service access, any barriers and their knowledge about key topics such as contraception, STIs, health screening, and termination of pregnancy. We are looking for women of all ages (15 and over), who live and work in the ACT or surrounding regions. 
This survey aims to obtain information about:
• How ACT women access information about their sexual and reproductive health;
• How and where ACT women are accessing sexual and reproductive health services;
• Whether there are barriers to that access; and
• How comfortable ACT women feel in seeking services and advice from health care providers about their sexual and reproductive health.
These questions are of a personal nature, but your answers will be anonymous and confidential. It should take approximately 15-30 minutes.
The survey can be accessed at:  .
The survey will close at 5pm on Friday 24th November 2017. Please contact WCHM at or 02 6290 2166 if there are any questions about the survey. 




Beyond ANU

Date posted

Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Updated:  7 November 2012/Responsible Officer:  Convenor, Gender Institute/Page Contact:  Web manager, Gender Institute