Real experiences, real stories, real people. Do you want to share your story?
Thursday, 15 July 2021
We are looking for storytellers who are willing to join us for an interview about their health experiences.
We call these stories 'Personas'.
Personas a representation of real people whose experiences are also faced by others. Their stories provide us with greater insight into the obstacles some members of our community face when they navigate the health system when challenged by health, social or economic experiences.
Understanding these challenges ensures we keep real people at the centre of our service design.
How will my story be used?
This interview will be recorded.
We de-identify each persona by removing any information which could indicate that this is your specific experience.
In the end product, the interviews will be shown as a series of presentations or videos including audio interviews, quotes, and illustrations to portray stories.
Personas will be made available publicly through our social media channels, in our annual report and videos on our Vimeo channel, which means they can be viewed by anyone.
How can I take part and share my health story?
- Living or working in Bayside LGA
- Keen to share stories about:
- Your health
- Experiences with how your alcohol consumption affected your life
- View the flyer
If suitable for this project, you will:
- Receive $200 Coles/Myer voucher for joining a two-hour interview, at a location you’re comfortable in, or over Zoom.
- Know what you are consenting to and know that you can withdraw your consent at any time
- Be able to have a support person present at the interview and/or be encouraged to have support available, should the interview affect you in any way.
Who are we?
South Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network (SEMPHN) fund health services in your community. Sharing your story can help us improve these services for you and others.
For a full overview of the Personas project, including information about privacy and what to expect in the interview, visit our Personas page.
South Eastern Melbourne PHN acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land our catchment covers, the Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri people. We pay respect to them, their culture and their Elders past, present and future, and uphold their relationship to this land.
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