National Support for Child and Youth Mental Health Program evaluation – National Support Network Survey

National Support for Child and Youth Mental Health Program evaluation – National Support Network Survey

6 February 2020

This survey will explore how teachers, clinicians and others recognise and respond to child and youth mental health issues

This online survey is being conducted by the Institute for Social Science Research at the University of Queensland.

The survey seeks the views of anyone working directly with children and young people in the education, health and human services sectors, including teachers, guidance counsellors and clinical or non-clinical professionals.

It aims to assess the confidence and capabilities of this workforce, who may be well placed to support child and youth mental health. It is part of the evaluation of the National Support for Child and Youth Mental Health Program, which includes the Be You and Emerging Minds initiatives.

More information available on the survey website.

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