An initiative of the National Women’s Council of Ireland

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The Y Factor Health Information Campaign Survey

July 30, 2013 at 1:39

MANY THANKS TO ALL WHO PARTICIPATED IN OUR HEALTH INFORMATION SURVEY. THE SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED. WE HAD A FANTASTIC RESPONSE AND OUR HEALTH CAMPAIGN WORKING GROUP IS ANALYSING YOUR RESPONSES TO IDENTIFY KEY CAMPAIGN OBJECTIVES.  WE WILL KEEP YOU UPDATED AND LET YOU KNOW HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED.  WE WOULD STILL LOVE TO HEAR ANY PARTICULAR EXPERIENCES OR STORIES YOU HAVE AS A YOUNG WOMAN ACCESSING HEALTH INFORMATION OR SERVICES.  PLEASE USE THE COMMENT BOX BELOW OR EMAIL US AT theYfactor[at]nwci.ie.

The Y Factor is an initiative of The National Women’s Council of Ireland that aims to support and empower young women and men as advocates and leaders for women’s equality. Although significant progress has been made in women’s equality, there are still many areas in life where women do not get the same opportunities or positive life experiences. We have created this survey to help us learn more about the needs and interests of young women regarding their physical, mental, and sexual health and health. We hope that this information we gather will enable us to work to empower young women in Ireland to access reliable health information and gain a greater awareness of their own health rights. If you could take a moment to fill out the quick survey and pass it along to any young women who might also be interested, we would really appreciate it!  

You can click on the link to the survey here and you can also find the link on our Facebook page and on Twitter.

If you have a particular incident or story that you'd like to share with us regarding your experience of accessing health information or services, we would really like to hear them as it will add to our knowledge.  You can comment in the comment box here, email us at theYfactor[at]nwci.ie or share it on Facebook or Twitter.  This information will be kept anonymous - but it would be great to know the age you were at the time it occurred. 



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