Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth survey

The Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY) are requesting support from as many community services and health groups as possible to help inform a project looking into the possibility of establishing an Australian National Register of Evidence Based Programs and Practices that will most effectively prevent child and youth problems and improve developmental outcomes.

The survey is primarily targeted at policy makers and practitioners testing the level of support for the proposed register and the likely content areas that would be most useful. Responses are directed through an anonymous online survey form and will take approximately 5-10 mins to complete. The survey and more information can be accessed via this link

To enable the results to be considered at a planning workshop in mid November, the distribution and analysis timeframe is unfortunately very short.

If you could complete and submit the online survey by Friday 4 November it would be much appreciated.