Men’s Health Information and Resource Centre

MENGAGE Survey

MHIRC is encouraging you to participate in a survey to evaluate the funding for MENGAGE under Male Health Initiative.

At the end of the survey you can go into the draw to win one of six cash prizes of up to $500. Please remember to provide your details if you wish to enter the draw.

Link to the Survey


This research is being conducted by Urbis, an independent organisation, on behalf of the Commonwealth Department of Health.
The answers you provide are anonymous and will not be used for any purpose other than this research. You can access Urbis’ privacy policy at https://urbis.com.au/privacy/

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