Factsheet for Participants - South Australian Population Health Survey
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This factsheet will answer your questions about how the survey will work and how your data is used.
The South Australian Population Health Survey (SAPHS) is a state-wide population health survey, which aims to monitor the health of all South Australians. Data are collected every month and anyone with access to a phone can participate in the survey. In one year, around 7,000 South Australians are interviewed about their health and wellbeing. You cannot be identified by the data that is collected.
SAPHS is managed by Wellbeing SA. Learn more on the Wellbeing SA website.