PaRIS Survey Campaign
This communications kit contains materials that peak organisations, PHNs and GP practices can use to promote the PaRIS Health Survey to primary care clinicians and their patients.
The PaRIS Health Survey is being nationally rolled out from July to 31 October 2023.
The content below has been developed for peak organisations, PHNs and GP practices to download, adapt for their audiences as required, and share with stakeholders to raise awareness about the survey.
The Patient-Reported Indicator Survey (PaRIS) is an OECD-led initiative aimed at strengthening the measurement of outcomes and experiences of primary healthcare services for people living with chronic conditions.
The Commission, on behalf of the Department of Health and Aged Care, is the National Program Manager for implementing the PaRIS Survey in Australia.
- For more information on the survey, see our PaRIS web page.
- Contact: email firstname.lastname@example.org
Poster for GP Clinics
Below are some suggestions for messages you could copy and paste, to use in your social media, newsletters and other communications.
- Message 1
GPs - your general practice can take part in the first @OECD #PaRISHealthSurvey via @ACSQHC.
Help identify ways to improve #patientcare within your practice, and our #healthcare system.
- Message 2
Are you a #patient living with a chronic health issue who would like to help improve our #healthcare system?
Ask your GP practice if they are participating in the #PaRISHealthSurvey and if you can take part. Learn more: safetyandquality.gov.au/paris-survey
- Message 3
Do you support someone with a chronic health issue? Let them know how they can help improve our #healthcare system.
They can ask their GP practice if they are participating in the #PaRISHealthSurvey via @ACSQHC and if they can take part. Learn more: safetyandquality.gov.au/paris-survey
- Media Release - Australia joins first global health survey on chronic conditions
- Patient-Reported Indicator Survey (PaRIS) Initiative - more information
- Registration Page for PaRIS - GP Practice Portal