Communicating with aged care residents with limited English proficiency survey

A research team at Monash University is inviting staff who work in, or visit Residential Aged Care Facilities, to complete a 20-minute anonymous survey about the way they communicate with residents who have limited proficiency in English.

Their experiences will be used as part of the PRACTIS: PRimary health and Aged Care Translation and Interpreting Services project to improve the delivery of care to older Australians with limited English proficiency living in Residential Aged Care Facilities.

All participants who complete the survey will go in the draw for one of 10 x $50 eGift Cards.

To complete the survey click here.

If you have any questions, please contact Jason Yeung, Research Assistant, on (03) 9904 4822 or ncha.racren@monash.edu

The ethical aspects of this project have been approved by the Monash University Human Research Ethics Committee (Ref no: 23885).