Sippy Downs Parks Master Plan – Project News and Survey

Sippy Downs Parks Master Plan – Project News and Survey

Sippy Downs residents here is you chance to truly have your say about future parks upgrades for the entire area.

This is an absolutely fantastic opportunity for local residents to actively take part in providing Sunshine Coast Council and in turn Cr Christian Dickson – Division 6 the information they need to deliver future improvements to parks in Sippy Downs, Queensland that are truly needed and wanted.

It is essential that as local residents we all take part in this survey to ensure that the upgrades to be included in this Master Plan are truly representative of community needs and wants.

We are very excited to not only see these upgrades on their way but thrilled to see the consultation for this master plan being delivered in a way that is truly collaborative, inclusive and available to each and every local resident including mail outs to residents letterboxes for those who do not use social media or local news and information websites.

Been wanting an upgrade to your local park? The more responses you harvest for your local park the greater the likely hood of it’s inclusion in the final plans so share this post as widely as possible.

Survey link to “Survey Monkey”

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SippyDownsParksMasterPlan

Download a PDF copy of the Survey and submit via email

http://www.sippydowns.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Sippy-Downs-Parks-Master-Plan-Project-News.pdf

Sippy Downs and District Community Association
Serving the local community since 2003

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Invitation to participate in online survey about medical tourism on the Sunshine Coast

Invitation to participate in online survey about medical tourism on the Sunshine Coast

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A feasibility study of medical tourism on the Sunshine Coast (Ethics approval no. A14645)

Purpose

The purpose of this project is to conduct a feasibility study of medical tourism on the Sunshine Coast. This research seeks to explore different perceptions about medical tourism and to examine the attitudes surrounding medical tourism in light of the hospital developments at Sunshine Coast Public and Private University Hospitals located in Kawana Waters.

Contacts

The Chief Investigator is Mr Aaron Tham (Lecturer in Tourism, Leisure and Event Management, Faculty of Arts and Business). Please direct questions to:

Aaron Tham
Email: mtham@usc.edu.au
Phone: 07 5456 5071

Participant experience

If you agree to take part in this project, you will be asked to complete an online survey which will take approximately 20 minutes of your time. The survey will ask about your knowledge and attitude towards medical tourism on the Sunshine Coast. The online survey link is available at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CCQXM7Z

Risks and benefits

There are no foreseeable risks involved in this project. While you will not receive any direct benefits for participating, your information will help in steering the understanding of whether medical tourism will feature in conjunction with the new hospital developments at Kawana Waters.

Participation and consent

Participation in the review is voluntary, and you may discontinue at any time without penalty. As your survey responses will be non-identifiable, it will not be possible to withdraw your responses after you have submitted them online. Consent will be implied by completion and submission of the survey. Consent is for the use of your results in this project as well as future related research projects. A consent form will not be required for online surveys as completion of the survey will indicate consent.

Confidentiality and results

Your responses to this survey will be completely anonymous, and no member of the research team will know who has participated. A summary of findings will be available by request from the researcher after analysis of the data. Non-identifiable results may be presented at external or internal conferences or meetings, or by publication. Non-identifiable data may be made available for use by other researchers undertaking similar projects in a different context.

Complaints / Concerns

If you have any complaints about the way this research project is being conducted you can raise them with the Principal Researcher. If you prefer an independent person, contact the Chairperson of the Human Research Ethics Committee at the University: (c/- the Research Ethics Officer, Office of Research, University of the Sunshine Coast, Maroochydore DC 4558; telephone (07) 5459 4574; email humanethics@usc.edu.au).

The researcher and the University of the Sunshine Coast thank you for consideration of this study.

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