For direct access to the survey, click on the image above
or copy this URL into your browser: https://chronicutiaustralia.websurvey.net.au/qol/
The ‘Hearing Patient Voices’ survey is a first-of-its-kind, capturing novel information about the impacts of chronic UTI on the individual, and the potential costs to the health system (for example, because of medical visits, diagnostic tests, surgical procedures and UTI related hospital admissions) and society in general (loss of productivity).
Chronic UTI is under-researched and poorly recognised and understood by health professional and policy makers. The voices of people affected by this condition are critical to overturning the longstanding neglect of this increasing public health problem. The contribution of every person who participates in our survey will strengthen our understanding of patients’ experiences.
We aim to have as many patients possible complete the survey to ensure it provides robust data on the quality of life and broader impacts of chronic UTI. The larger the sample size, the more credibility our research will have in the eyes of those who have the power to improve UTI testing and treatment for the benefit of current and future patients.
To complete the survey, you can click on the image below or copy the following URL into your browser: https://chronicutiaustralia.websurvey.net.au/qol
Further information about the survey is available here.
Deirdre Pinto, Secretary of Chronic UTI Australia, is leading the survey. Please contact Deirdre at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +61 400 021 962 if you have any questions or comments.
Chronic UTI Australia has received funding for the survey from Community Underwriting, We have commissioned a professional survey research company, Websurvey, to help develop the survey and to host it on a secure online portal.