Researchers from UNSW Australia are asking 16 to 29 year olds from across NSW to talk about sexuality, relationships, and sexual health in an anonymous online survey. We're interested in your answers, whatever your level of experience with these topics. Once you're done, you'll receive some feedback on your responses and go in the draw to win one of 20 x $50 iTunes vouchers. Click here to get started
The survey takes about 20 minutes to complete. It's anonymous, so you can be honest. Once you're done, you'll get some feedback on your responses; feel free to think of them as tips about your health.

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The survey is led by Dr Philippe Adam and Prof John de Wit at the Centre of Social Research in Health, UNSW Australia. By taking part in the survey you help researchers develop knowledge about young people's lives and their sexual health needs.

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Twenty vouchers of a $50 value each will be raffled among participants. The only thing you need to do to have a chance to win one of these vouchers is to fully complete the survey.

Good luck!

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The survey contains some explicit questions about sexual practices, as well as questions on STIs and HIV. If you're not comfortable answering these types of questions, we recommend you don't take part in the survey. This study has been approved by the UNSW Human Research Ethics Committee; you can view the Participant Information Statement [PDF] here.
The survey is led by the Centre for Social Research in Health at UNSW Australia, Sydney. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us on (02) 9385 6776 or philippe.adam@unsw.edu.au
 
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