Social Research Centre

Cancer Institute Tobacco Tracking Survey

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Research Areas

Health +
Wellbeing

Policy +
Politics

Project Status

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Intention
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Invitation
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Involvement
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Insights
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Impact

The research is being conducted to understand behaviours, attitudes and knowledge about smoking. To do this, we need to understand more about the use of tobacco among smokers and recent quitters living in NSW and the ACT, their experiences of quitting, their knowledge of health issues related to smoking, and other issues related to tobacco smoking.

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Aims + Outcomes

The information collected in this study will be used by the Institute to develop programs to reduce the incidence, and negative impact of smoking among people in New South Wales and the Australian Captial Territory.

Methods

The Cancer Institute NSW has contracted The Social Research Centre to conduct the telephone interviews required for this survey. You may have received a phone call from 0290608403 or 0290608404 regarding this study.

Insight

25%

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20%

Master project template 2: Of those who were a part in activities, around 1 in 5 were representing their town, city or state.

1 in 10

Master project template: An upward trend in student interest in x,y,z and 1 in 10 students mentioned that this was a sample insight.

Impact

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Reports

Name of report

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Full Analysis Report

Exposure and the impact on attitudes of the 2019-20 Australian Bushfires

Full Analysis Report

Exposure and the impact on attitudes of the 2019-20 Australian Bushfires

Have you been contacted to participate?

Who participates?

An Australian company that provides phone numbers for market and social research has supplied us with a list of mobile numbers. Some of these have been randomly generated, and others have been verified as belonging to NSW/ACT residents.

We’re calling on mobile phones so we can get a representative sample of people across NSW/ACT.

What are the benefits?

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How does it work?

The survey will take about 15 to 20 minutes to complete, depending on your answers. If you would prefer to participate in the survey at a more convenient for you, this can be arranged. We can re-schedule an interview time with you anytime between now, and the next 7 days.

FAQs

Is the survey compulsory? 

The survey is entirely voluntary, but your cooperation is important in order to get an accurate understanding of the behaviours and attitudes of people who are either smokers, or who have quit sometime in the past year.

I am on the Do Not Call Register

The Do Not Call Register is for telemarketers who are trying to sell you something or get you to donate to charity. It does not apply to people who are only collecting opinions and conducting research.

Resources

Full Analysis Report (Population Health Test)

Full Analysis Report (Population Health Test)

How do we ensure privacy is protected?

The Social Research Centre complies with the Australian Privacy Principles. All personal contact information such as name, email and phone number is removed from the final data. Your responses will be de-identified, held in the strictest confidence and will not be disclosed to other organisations for marketing or research purposes. The responses of everyone who participates in this survey will be combined for analysis. Please see the SRC’s Privacy Policy.

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Further information 

If you have any questions about your participation in the survey or would like to make a time for an interviewer to call you, please call the Social Research Centre on 1800 023 040 (a free call).