This research project is being undertaken as part of a research study investigating wellbeing in educational contexts. The purpose of this project is to explore how educational contexts engage in using effectual strategies and ways of working that promote wellbeing.
USQ Ethics Approval H19REA269.
We aim to capture ways of working that promote wellbeing so that effectual strategies can be shared.
Your participation will involve completion of an online questionnaire that will take approximately 20 minutes of your time.
All comments and responses will be anonymous.
Your participation in this project is entirely voluntary. If you do not wish to take part, you are not obliged to. Your decision whether you take part, do not take part, will in no way impact your current or future relationship with the University of Southern Queensland.
We hope you can help to inform practices in the area of wellbeing promotion. Our research team requests your assistance because we value your views on how educational contexts engage in using effectual strategies and ways of working that promote wellbeing. It is expected that this project may not directly benefit you. However, by taking part in this research you provide a voice in identifying effectual strategies and ways of working that promote wellbeing in educational contexts, which we anticipate will help inform future practices in the area of wellbeing promotion.
Consent to Participate
Clicking on the ‘I consent’ button below is accepted as an indication of your consent to participate in this project. In doing so, you are indicating that you:
• have read and understood the information document regarding this project.
• have had any questions answered to your satisfaction.
• understand that if you have any additional questions you can contact the research team.
• are over 18 years of age.
• understand that any data collected may be used in future research activities.
• agree to participate in the project.
If you have further questions about the survey, or wish to know more about our research please contact: Dr Susan Carter [Principal Investigator] Email Susan Carter.
There are 40 questions in this survey.