Evaluation of the Project

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Evaluation surveys

We conducted a follow-up evaluation to assess whether young people, and health and community workers have seen the Young Deadly Free resources and what they think about these resources. There were two online surveys, one for young Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people aged 16–29 years and one for health and community workers.

Evaluation yarns

The evaluation team also yarned with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander young people aged 16–29 years and health and community workers who live in regional and remote Australia, about the Young Deadly Free resources. These yarns were short, 10-minute telephone chats where we learnt a bit more about what you thought of the resources.

Evaluation contacts

For further information about the evaluation, contact Dr Roanna Lobo on (08) 9266 1101 or via roanna.lobo@curtin.edu.au
For further information about Young Deadly Free, contact Louise Armitage at louise.armitage@sahmri.com

Ethics approval

This evaluation has been approved by the below Human Research Ethics Committees. For independent information about the evaluation, or for any concerns, contact the ethics committee in your state or territory.

Western Australia

Western Australian Aboriginal Health Ethics Committee (Project approval number: 1005)
Contact: (08) 9227 1631 or ethics@ahcwa.org

South Australia
Aboriginal Health Research Ethics Committee (Project approval number: 04-20-884)
Contact: Gokhan.Ayturk@ahcs.org.au

Northern Territory
Central Australian Human Research Ethics Committee (Project approval number: CA-20-3816)
Contact: (08) 8951 4700 cahrec@flinders.edu.au
Human Research Ethics Committee of the Northern Territory Department of Health and Menzies School of Health Research (Project approval number: 2020-3804)
Contact: ethics@menzies.edu.au

Queensland
Aboriginal Health Research Ethics Committee (Project approval number: 04-20-884)