Feedback wanted on emergency departments

Survey 1

Developing a more supportive emergency department for mental health presentations: Enhancing outcomes and experiences through architectural design

You are invited to participate in a short 20 minute online survey, to give us your feedback and experiences of Emergency Departments.  The aim of the study is to create more supportive Emergency Departments by understanding mental health consumer experiences and needs in these environments.

The main researcher conducting this study is Dr Stephanie Liddicoat, a Lecturer at Swinburne University. If you have any questions, you may contact Stephanie at sliddicoat@swin.edu.au. A key outcome from this study is a toolkit set of guidance for mental healthcare providers and architects.

There are no direct benefits to the participants. Information from this study may indirectly benefit patients, residents, and staff in Emergency Department and mental and behavioral health environments by providing guidelines regarding the proper design of these facilities.

We would love your input into our study! If you are a mental health consumer who has experienced an Emergency Department, please click on the link below:

https://swinuw.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8JvDwPGFCWNKKjz

Survey 2

Developing more supportive mental and behavioural health facilities: Enhancing outcomes and experiences through architectural design

You are invited to participate in a short 20 minute online survey, to give us your feedback and experiences mental and behavioural health facilities.  The aim of the study is to create more supportive facilities of care by understanding mental health consumer experiences and needs in these environments.

The main researcher conducting this study is Dr Stephanie Liddicoat, a Lecturer at Swinburne University. If you have any questions, you may contact Stephanie at sliddicoat@swin.edu.au. A key outcome from this study is a toolkit set of guidance for mental healthcare providers and architects.

There are no direct benefits to the participants. Information from this study may indirectly benefit patients, residents and staff in mental and behavioral health environments by providing guidelines regarding the proper design of these facilities.

We would love your input into our study! If you are a consumer who has experienced a mental and behavioural health environment, please click on the link below:

https://swinuw.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9FDJgB8n8xMLoDr