Collecting data in rural communities

Opinion postcards have beenData collection Heathcote Farmers Market used to ask members of rural communities across northern Victoria, Australia, for their views of the indicators of a health literate community. Three questions, phrased in every day English, were presented on postcards ask participants for their views on the requirements necessary for  healthy rural communities.

The same three questions have been used to collect data using the Delphi survey technique from community members involved in setting priorities and policy for local community health services.

The third method of data collection involved asking members of established rural community groups, the same three questions using kitchen table conversations.  These membership of these groups reflected the participant demographics that had been observed to be under represented in the other methods of data collection.

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