Yes. The study is conducted by a research team at Curtin University, led by Dr Ramon Wenzel. The research and analytics are approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee, Curtin University (HRE2021-0222). Only the academic research team has access to the information provided. This is not a commercial survey, your responses are not sold or directly shared, not even with the research partner organisations NADA and VAADA. Data is used for research purposes only, securely stored, strictly confidential and subject to legal restrictions.
No participating individual or organisation can be inferred from published information. Employers will never see if or what any specific employee or volunteer responded. Findings are reported anonymously, in aggregate form only in reports, scholarly articles, and applied dashboards so they can inform future AOD sector practice, policy and funding.
What you provide is protected through state-of-the-art cloud technology. All information is treated as confidential and will not be released by the investigator in any form that may identify people or organisations, unless required by law.