Current Research Projects
If you received a missed call from the following numbers, it is likely that we were trying to contact you to participate in one of a variety of surveys we are conducting.
- 02 9066 5720
- 02 9170 6751
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- 08 7082 9680
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or a text message from:
- 0427 626 247 (MCNAIR)
- 0481 071 481
- 0417 646 738
- 0408 089 994
In most cases calls are made randomly to landlines or mobile numbers across Australia. In some cases when we call mobiles we will first need to check if you live in the area in which a given survey is being conducted.
While none of our surveys are compulsory, our clients and ourselves appreciate your participation. In order to ensure that our surveys are representative, McNair yellowSquares is permitted to call both silent numbers and numbers that are on the Do Not Call Register. However, you may request not to be called by us.
Note that for most surveys the Government require us to make several attempts to call your number. From time to time the system may mistakenly hang up on you. This may occur during peak interviewing times. We apologise for any inconvenience.
All telephone surveys conducted by McNair yellowSquares may be monitored or recorded for training and quality control purposes. Respondents have the option to discontinue the survey at any time.
McNair yellowSquares conducts interviews during the following hours:
Monday to Friday: 10am to 8:30pm
Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Sunday: 10am to 5pm (as required)
Our main current surveys are:
South Australian Population Health Survey (SAPHS) monitors population trends in health risk factors and chronic diseases on behalf of the South Australia Health so that the SA Health has information to monitor population health status and to assist in the planning, implementation and evaluation of health services, policies and programs. On average, the survey takes 20 minutes to complete. All answers are confidential and all results will be presented in a form that does not allow any individual's answers to be identified. Participants are selected to participate by the generation of Random phone numbers – both mobile numbers and landlines. While best efforts are made to only select people in South Australia, some mobile numbers from other states are called.
Participants have the option to nominate an alternative time to complete the survey, and also have to option to complete the survey online at their convenience. Results from these surveys will be published annually, and can be seen at https://www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/Public+Content/SA+Health+Internet/About+us/Health+statistics/
You can contact McNair regarding this study via firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 1800 669 133.
The South Australian Public Hospital Consumer Experience Survey (SACESS) is conducted amongst a sample of people that have recently stayed at least overnight in a public hospital in South Australia. The survey measures consumers’ experiences with their hospital stay by asking what patients think about the care and treatment received during their recent visit to hospital. The answers provided allow SA Health to report to the government and enable hospitals to work towards providing the highest quality health care and services as possible. McNair yellowSquares is provided the secure and confidential contact details of people who have been in hospital on a monthly basis.
On average, the survey takes 7 to 8 minutes to complete. All answers are confidential and all results will be presented in a form that does not allow any individual's answers to be identified.
Participants have the option to nominate an alternative time to complete the survey, and also have to option to complete the survey online at their convenience.
Results from these surveys will be published annually, and can be seen at https://www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/public+content/sa+health+internet/clinical+resources/safety+and+quality/safety+and+quality+reports
If you have any questions about the survey, or wish to withdraw your participation, you can call the Director, Safety and Quality Unit, SA Health, on 08 8226 6334.
You can contact McNair regarding this study via email@example.com or by calling 1800 669 133
The Department for Health and Wellbeing (DHW) coordinates a survey called Population Health Survey Module System (PHSMS). The PHSMS is an available to government and non-government organisations to obtain data on a range of population health and wellbeing issues within South Australia.
On average, the survey takes 20 minutes to complete. All answers are confidential and all results will be presented in a form that does not allow any individual's answers to be identified. Participants are selected to participate by the generation of Random phone numbers – both mobile numbers and landlines. While best efforts are made to only select people in South Australia, some mobile numbers from other states are called.
Participants have the option to nominate an alternative time to complete the survey, and also have to option to complete the survey online at their convenience. More information on this surveys can be seen at https://www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/Public+Content/SA+Health+Internet/About+us/Health+statistics/
Ethics approval: HREC/18/SAH/78/AM02
You can contact McNair regarding this study via firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 1800 669 133.
The National Listener Survey is conducted every year on behalf of the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia and its member stations by means of a combination of online surveys amongst surveyvillage members, and telephone surveys using random digit dialing. The survey takes approximately 20 minutes to complete. Personal information remains completely confidential – the information collected contributes to the reports which are publicly available here.
The Healthy Beginnings survey is being conducted amongst approximately 1,100 mothers of newly born babies at eight hospitals across Sydney.
Participants are being asked to join the study by research assistants at the hospitals, and are advised to expect a call from McNair as a benchmark telephone interview. The interview takes about 20 minutes and asks about dietary and other health matters. Some participants will also receive either additional sms messages or phone calls from the Healthy Beginnings team over the months following the birth of their baby, while others will receive the normal support provided to all new mothers. There will be a second telephone interview when your baby is six months old.
McNair yellowSquares is conducting surveys on behalf of Kynetec, a market research company specialized in animal health.
We will be contacting beef and dairy producers and veterinarians in Australia and New Zealand who work with beef and dairy to discuss current animal health practices and obtain their reaction to a new product concept. The study will help animal health companies do a better job at providing veterinary and animal health solutions.
The aim of the study is to learn about farmers’ use and Veterinarians’ recommendations of de-wormer or cattle drench when it comes to beef and/or dairy cattle operations. The survey will mainly discuss the different de-wormer or cattle drench products. Throughout this survey the term de-wormer or cattle drench refers to various formulations of veterinary products with label indications for the treatment and / or control of internal parasites (worms). Some of these products also provide control of external parasites (flies, ticks, grubs and lice).
The survey takes approximately 20 minutes and an honorarium will be offered as a token of our appreciation.
The Australian Gambling Research Centre (AGRC) at the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) is conducting a study about gambling trends in Australia. The study is called the National Gambling Reporting System (NGRS) and McNair yellowSquares is their fieldwork partner.
The aim of the study is to monitor trends in gambling participation (e.g., the types of products people gamble on, how often people gamble and how much people spend) and impacts on health and wellbeing. Findings from the study will help to inform the development and implementation of evidence-based responses to prevent and reduce gambling-related harm.
There are two surveys being conducted; one relates to poker machine gambling and the other relates to online betting.
These are confidential online surveys that ask you about:
- your gambling behaviours
- your most recent session of gambling on the poker machines (pokies) OR online betting on sports or racing
- your alcohol and tobacco consumption, and
- your general health and wellbeing.
As a thank you for participating, participants may choose to go into a draw for a $200 gift voucher, which will be awarded to five randomly selected participants.
The survey will be open from July to September 2022.
On average, the survey takes 15-20 minutes to complete. All answers are confidential and all results will be presented in a form that does not allow any individual's answers to be identified.
You can contact McNair yellowSquares regarding this study by emailing Caroline Johnston at PokiesSurvey@mcnair.com.au or by calling 1800 669 133.
To speak with someone at the Australian Institute of Family Studies, please contact the Principal Researcher, Dr Rebecca Jenkinson, at email@example.com.
Congratulations to the lucky winners of the prize draw.
- Anthony - QLD
- Jill - NSW
- Logan - VIC
- Cam - NSW
- Jonno - QLD
Online Betting Survey
- Tim - NSW
- Dee - VIC
- Graeme - NSW
- Ron - WA
- Jacki - NSW
McNair yellowSquares has been commissioned to administer the survey on behalf of Cancer Council Victoria in Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland and the Northern Territory and by ACT Health to administer the survey in the ACT.
This survey has been conducted triennially since 1984 and in 2020, the aim is to survey around 20,000 students from over 300 schools around Australia.
To learn more about the study, you can view previous results here.
If you have any concerns or comments about the research, would like further information before making a decision, or would like to discuss the survey further, you can call McNair on 1800 669 133 or via email ASSAD@mcnair.com.au
Alternatively, you can contact Emily Bain, National Coordinator, ASSAD on (03) 9514 6484, or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If a student, parent or staff member has any concerns or complaints about the study, these should be directed to Cancer Council Victoria’s Human Research Ethics Committee who can be contacted via the Research and Program Governance Unit, tel: (03) 9514 6318, email RGU@cancervic.org.au.
McNair has been commissioned by NSW Health to contact people who have signed up for the Healthy and Active for Life study. The study involves participants receiving educational materials around healthy living for older adults and completing two surveys on the topic.
As a part of this study, participants will be asked to complete two telephone surveys. The surveys will take around 20 minutes to complete, the first will be conducted soon after signing up and the second will be conducted approximately 14 months later.
This survey will ask you about some of your healthy lifestyle behaviours and your experience with falls. Your responses will help NSW Health understand the long term impacts of the Healthy and Active for Life program and improve it for future participants.
You can contact McNair regarding this study via email@example.com or by calling 1800 669 133 and quote job number 201118.
We would like to hear about your views on where you live and how improvements can be made to your home, neighbourhood and community.
McNair yellowSquares on behalf of the Department of Health and Human Services is conducting a survey of people living in public housing in Victoria. The survey will help the department better understand resident views of living on the estate, their experiences and aspirations.
The survey takes less than 15 minutes to complete and participants will be offered a supermarket voucher for $10 for completing the survey.
Participants have the option to nominate an alternative time to complete the survey.
Frequently asked questions on the survey in English, Vietnamese, Arabic, Chinese and Somali, are as follows:
If you have any concerns or comments about the research, please call on 1800 669 133.