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Update to The Experiences of Antipsychotic Medication Survey

The Experiences of Antipsychotic Medication Survey is now open to all NZ adults over 18 who are living in the community, including people with Compulsory Treatment Orders.
Find out more at http://www.teamstudy.co.nz
Everything you need to take part is available on the website.

Please share this invitation to take part with your networks.

Miriam Larsen-Barr
Ph: 09 373 7599 ext 86890
Email: mbar114@aucklanduni.ac.nz


Consumer Collaboration of Aotearoa Seeks Views of Those Working Towards Similar Goals

The Consumer Collaboration of Aotearoa is a nationwide incorporated society. Our aim is to strengthen the voice and participation of health and disability consumers for improving services and outcomes for the people who use them.

They are conducting a short survey, which should take less than five minutes to complete, about ways the Collaboration can assist people and groups working towards similar goals.

The Collaboration would greatly appreciate it if you could contribute your time and expertise for this cause.  Here is a link to the survey:

The survey is anonymous and results will be published on the Consumer Collaboration of Aotearoa website.

5-Min Survey on Technology-Related Stress

The purpose of this questionnaire is to understand the technology related stress and its impact on employee’s job satisfaction and organizational commitment.

This survey is being completed as part of Kelly Qui’s Master Thesis Research at Massey University. The questionnaire will take no more than 5 minutes to complete and is completely anonymous. All results are confidential and will only be used for the purpose of this research. No individual candidate can or will be identified and participation is voluntary.

Follow this link to the Survey:
Take the Survey

Or copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser:

Acclaim Otago Launches Independent ACC survey

As a support group for injured people, Acclaim Otago is concerned that there is very little in the way of current and independent data available that accurately describes aspects of an injured person’s experience with ACC.

Acclaim Otago’s president, Dr Denise Powell says, “This is especially obvious when talking about rehabilitation and Vocational Independence. We are hearing anecdotally, that people are being exited from ACC without first receiving meaningful rehabilitation”.

ACC has recently said that “rehabilitation always comes first” but Dr Powell says “We have no simple way of finding out if this is correct or not. ACC does not currently keep data that identifies what happens once a person exits the scheme and we believe that is a huge gap. This survey aims to find out what happens to people who are clients of ACC.”

“We hope to use the survey results to make recommendations that will substantially improve the experience of injured people in New Zealand. We believe any improvements we can identify to the scheme will benefit not just the ACC and their clients, but potentially generations of New Zealanders to come” Dr Powell states.

The survey can be found at

Survey for Youth who use the Hibiscus Coast Youth Centre

WIN heaps of prizes by completing this short youth survey!

Hibiscus Coast Youth Centre needs ideas from youth who use their service.

There are heaps of prizes!

  • Itunes vouchers
  • New World vouchers
  • Subway vouchers

Filling it out will only take a couple of minutes.
Prizes winners will be announced in July :-)


Like Minds Website Evaluation

This survey is for all users of the Like Minds website and will be compared to previous survey results to evaluate how effective the site is and what needs to be updated.

Please take a moment to fill it out.


Take it from Us Feedback Survey

Feedback is being sought on the Like Minds mental health radio, Take It From Us; the survey is anonymous, however, they have two copies of the book, Caught between Sunshine & Shadow, living with and managing bipolar affective disorder (compiled by Georgie Tutt) to give away to respondents who fill out the survey and provide their email address (see last question).

It will take you just five minutes to complete.


Review of ACC Sensitive Claims

This notice relates to a survey for ACC Sensitive Claims Providers (“Counsellors”) and clients.  

The last step of the Independent Clinical Review of the ACC Sensitive Claims Treatment Pathway is nearly upon us, namely the 18 month follow up review.  As part of that process representatives of the various professional bodies will be meeting with Barbara Disley, the review’s lead author in late March to discuss how ACC are going with implementing the changes mandated in the initial review report.

As part of his role as the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists (NZAP) representative Kyle MacDonald is circulating a survey open to all Sensitive Claims treatment providers and clients.  All individual responses are anonymous, and it will only take about 5 – 10 minutes of your time.

See this link for the survey:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VVXGXXS

Please take the time to complete this survey, your responses are important and it will be the last chance we all have to give feedback to ACC before the review is officially completed.

The survey will be closed midnight on Friday March the 9th.