Exploring experiences of the Health Prompt
2014 Health Prompt Review

​In order to better understand the impact of the Health Prompt we spoke to staff and consumers from around the country about their experiences.

The Review aimed to explore:

  • The reach of the Health Prompt
  • Staff and consumer satisfaction with the Health Prompt
  • Whether or not the objectives of the Health Prompt have been achieved
  • Success factors and barriers to achieving objectives
  • The effectiveness and appropriateness of training sessions
  • The effect of the Health Prompt on partnerships and collaboration.

Data was collected via a variety of methods including:

  • An online staff survey was developed and distributed to Community Rehabilitation and Support Workers (CRSWs) and Peer Support Workers (PSWs)
  • Semi-structured interviews and conversations with key staff members
  • Staff and consumer focus groups
  • Structured phone interviews with Service Managers and Senior Practice Leaders (SPLs)
  • Health Prompt and Camberwell Assessment of Need (CANSAS) analysis via Carelink+

We have summarised what we heard about consumer outcomes into a series of easy to read flyers available below. The final evaluation report of this 6-month project is also available.

More Information

For information about the review you can contact the research team

“I’ve done [the Health Prompt] a few times with the support of the care worker. By seeing the ticks and the comparison [between Health Prompts], it gives me a better insight as to how far I’ve gone. It actually got me to think ahead rather than be stuck in a rut”
Consumer comment