Evaluating health promotion videos 

Our research shows serious gaps in accessable and usable online health information for women in midlife. In response, the CREWaND Translation team are developing a series of health promotion videos filled with simple, practical information to help women understand midlife changes, and health issues. Now, we need women and healthcare practitioners to give us their feedback. 

We need your opinion on four short videos about improving health in midlife for women.  This involves watching four videos, each about 2 minutes long, and then giving your feedback by answering four short questions. It will take less than 10 minutes to watch the videos and answer the questions.

If you watch the four videos and answer the questions you can enter into a draw to win one of ten $40 Coles-Myer gift cards. The survey is completely anonymous, but to enter the draw you will be asked to provide an email address. Your email address will not be linked to your responses to the questions, and we will not share your email address with anyone.

There is a separarte survey for healthcare providers. 

The study has been approved by Monash University Human Research Ethics Committee.

Helping women stay healthy in midlife. Go in the draw to win one of 10 $40 Coles-Myer gift cards

What do you think of our videos?

We’re seeking feedback from women and healthcare providers on a short series of videos about improving health in midlife.

Take our 10-minute survey and go in the draw to receive one of ten $40 Coles-Myer gift cards. 


Dr Mridula Bandyopadhyay

Dr Mridula Bandyopadhyay

Post Doctoral Research Fellow

Dr Mridula Bandyopadhyay is a Post Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Her PhD in Public Health focused on how social determinants of health influenced maternal and child health. She has worked in Australia and several Asia-Pacific countries in women’s health in various settings, including government, universities, and not-for-profit organisations. Her interests are in immigrant and refugee health, health services strengthening and delivery, and research translation and application.

Email: mridulab@unimelb.edu.au

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