Australia I-SHARE Survey
Australia is one of the countries leading a sexual and reproductive health survey.
What is I-SHARE?
I-SHARE (International Sexual Health And REproductive) Health Survey examines the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on sexual and reproductive health in diverse low-income, middle-income, and high-income countries. This series of studies aims to investigate how different isolation measures implemented by governments across the world –in response to the COVID-19 pandemic— have affected family structures, relationships, and access to sexual and reproductive health services.
I-SHARE (International Sexual Health and ReproductivE) Health Survey examines the impact of COVID-19 on sexual and reproductive health, family structures, relationships, and access to sexual and reproductive health services in Australia. This study has Human Research Ethics approval from Curtin University HREC (HRE2020-0272).
Where can I take the survey?
Please see our Participant Information Sheet here.
Who can I contact about the survey?
The Australian survey is being coordinated through the Collaboration for Evidence, Research and Impact in Public Health, School of Public Health, Curtin University. The team includes: Associate Professor Sharyn Burns, Dr Jacqui Hendriks, Associate Professor Sam Winter, Matt Tilley, Dr Gemma Crawford, Professor Jaya Dantas, and Hanna Saltis. See contact details below:
Associate Professor Sharyn Burns