Food Insecurity of ANU Students and its Impacts on Wellbeing

Engagement and Success is looking for ANU students over the age of 18 years to participant in a study on food insecurity.

Food insecurity describes a situation where an individual struggles to have reliable access to sufficient and nutritious sources of food due to financial, physical or social restraints.

The findings of this study may have important implications for our understanding of this problem and its effects at ANU, potentially helping to improve and design new food assistance/support services provided by the ANU.

You do NOT need to have experienced food insecurity to participate - we are looking for a general community sample of ANU students aged 18+.

This survey will take 20-30 minutes to complete. Material in this study is sensitive and may cause distress for some people.

For more information please see the attached Participant Information Sheet.

The ethical aspects of this research have been approved by the ANU Human Research Ethics Committee (2020/481).

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