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Family Planning NSW: Midlife Survey

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Family Planning NSW: Midlife Survey

People in Australia are generally living longer, with many seeking to maintain health and fitness in their midlife to increase the likelihood of a healthy and active older age.

Family Planning NSW is currently running a survey across the State. The idea is to explore peoples’ opinions about current gaps in health services for men and women in NSW, particularly in the midlife period of 45 to 64 years.

Family Planning NSW is hoping to get as broad a range of opinions as possible and are especially after responses from men, as they can often delay or avoid seeking medical advice or support. Please forward the survey link onto any family, friends and colleagues who you think may be interested in participating.

The survey is completely anonymous and should take around five minutes.
Note: Please respond as an individual, not as an organisational representative. Remember there are no wrong answers!

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