Understanding Community Attitudes Towards Medical Substitute Decision Making

The study

Researchers at UNSW are conducting a project about the uncertainty faced by substitute decision-makers when making treatment decisions for others. 

These findings might help health care teams to support people making these sorts of decisions.

Eligibility criteria:

If you are interested, the research project is looking for people who want to take part in this research and who are:

  • 18 years or older
  • Living in Australia
  • Able to complete a survey in English

You do not need to have previous experience in making treatment decisions for others in real life.

To participate: 

A full description of the research activities, risks associated with these activities and any discomforts that you may experience during research can be found by clicking the button below. Once you click on the link you will be asked to read the participant information statement before being asked to provide your consent. Once you have provided your consent you can progress to the survey. 

Access the survey here

The survey will be open until Sunday August 20th.

Find out more about this program of research at the EARLI project website:

Find out more about the EARLI project