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COVID-19 Survey Reports

Each year, the Australian Government Department of Health commissions an in-depth analysis of data from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health. The Study’s Major Reports series provide guidance for policymakers on a range of issues impacting women’s health and wellness as well as access to and use of health services.

COVID-19 Survey 1, Report 1. Bar graph showing symptoms vs testing

ALSWH COVID-19 Survey 1: Report 1

Loxton D, Forder P, Townsend N, Thomson C, Mishra G, Tooth L, Byles J.

Published: 2020

Report 1, from Surveys starting the week of April 29, 2020 investigates women's COVID-19 symptoms, testing, stress, income management, finacial stress and looks at women's comments on impact of the pandemic.

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ALSWH COVID-19 Survey 2, Report 2 infographic on home schooling

ALSWH COVID-19 Survey 2: Report 2

Loxton D, Forder P, Townsend N, Barnes I, Byrnes E, Mishra G, Tooth L, Byles J.

Published: 2020

The ALSWH COVID-19 Survey 2 investigated women's symptoms and testing, stress, their time use in terms of paid work or home schooling and the intersection of work, schooling and stress.

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Infographic: 1 in 8 young women have changed their living arragements during the pandemic

ALSWH COVID-19 Survey 3: Report 3

Loxton D, Forder P, Townsend N, Barnes I, Byrnes E, Mishra G, Tooth L, Byles J.

Published: 2020

The third fortnightly ALSWH COVID-19 survey investigates women's living arrangements during COVID-19, their stress levels and their symptoms and testing.

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Infographic for ALSWH COVID-19 Survey 4 - 1 in 4 women aged 25-31 delayed seeing a general practitioner

ALSWH COVID-19 Survey 4: Report 4

Loxton D, Forder P, Townsend N, Barnes I, Byrnes E, Barnes I, Mishra G, Tooth L, Byles J.

Published: 2020

The fourth fortnightly COVID-19 Survey from 10 June 2020 asked women about their use of health services or delays in using health services

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Infographic - ALSWH COVID-19 Survey 5, 1 in 3 women aged 25-31 reported high or very high levels of psychological distress

ALSWH COVID-19 Survey 5: Report 5

Loxton D, Forder P, Townsend N, Barnes I, Byrnes E, Barnes I, Mishra G, Tooth L, Byles J.

Published: 2020

The fifth fortnightly COVID-19 Survey investigated women's psychological distress during the pandemic and their comments on the impact of COVID-19.

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