Charles Sturt University in Adelaide is conducting research to: understand the attitudes, applications and concerns among the general community (potential patients) in regards to the rapidly emerging applications of AI within health and medicine.

With the evolution of artificial intelligence (AI) in health and medicine, it is very important that researchers and policy makers understand the opinions, perceptions, insights and barriers associated with community perceptions of AI. Patient insights are crucial in developing a complete national picture and understanding.

Participation is completely voluntary and anonymous, no personal information will be requested and there is no way to identify individuals who do or do not participate.

An information sheet has been attached to the survey (via the link or QR code) that we ask you read before progressing to the survey. The research is being conducted (full contact details are contained in the information sheet) by academic staff at Charles Sturt University:

Prof Geoff Currie (gcurrie@csu.edu.au),

Johnathan Hewis (jhewis@csu.edu.au),

Tarni Nelson (tnelson@csu.edu.au).

To participate in the survey:

use the SurveyMonkey link (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/F839VHG)

or the QR code: