Italian Online Community Evaluation — Moving Pictures Project

Moving Pictures LogoMoving Pictures seeks to do a survey of Italians – asking them to watch films. The survey comprises 2 short surveys to ascertain learning outcomes that participants will complete pre & post watching the films, and of course evaluation questions about the three short films.


The Evaluation is available in English and Italian, each survey will take ~ 20-25 minutes to complete and participants can choose to participate in a draw to win 1 in 4 $50 giftcards, should they choose to do so. We are looking for Italian-speaking Australian groups/people in your network and social media platforms who would be interested and are aged 18 years and older.

 Download a flyer about this survey

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DIRECT LINKS TO SURVEY
IN ITALIAN: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DFCDV9N
IN ENGLISH; https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VZ5TWNV

 


In Australia, limited awareness of dementia in people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds often results in delayed diagnosis, poorer prognosis, and a higher burden of care on families and health systems.

Moving Pictures, an innovative multi-media project, aims to change this through the production of short films co-produced with people from CALD backgrounds. The Moving Pictures team has so far produced 15 short films with Hindi-, Tamil-, Mandarin-, Cantonese- and Arabic-speaking communities. For each language, there are three films: Detection and Diagnosis, Navigating Care, and the Carer Journey. The Moving Pictures films are based on the stories and lived experiences of carers of people living with dementia, and the expert views of key service providers. In the next phase of the project, Moving Pictures II, we are working with the Greek-, Spanish-, Italian-, and Vietnamese-speaking communities to co-produce an additional 12 films which will be completed by the end of 2020.

In addition to the short films, the team has developed comics to complement the films. The Moving Pictures comics are available on-line, but can also be ordered free of charge directly from the Moving Pictures website using the order form.

Moving Pictures is a collaboration between the National Ageing Research Institute and Curtin University The project is guided by dementia and multicultural peak bodies, community groups, relevant health, community and aged care services as well as consumers.

 

Italian Online Community Evaluation

 


 

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