Jessica Sipes from the UWA School of Psychology needs your help!
Jessisca is an honours student studying attitudes to vaccination.
Jessica and her supervisors are hoping to explore the way we come
to make decisions, and examining aspects of morality people
emphasise when making these decisions.
"You are invited to participate in a study
evaluating people's attitudes towards vaccinations. The study is
being conducted by Jessica Sipes as part of a research project in
the School of Psychology at the University of Western Australia,
supervised by Dr Mark Hurlstone and Isabel Rossen. The study
should take approximately 15 minutes of your
If you decide to participate, you will be required to
answer some questions regarding how you would think or act in
various situations and your beliefs about vaccinations. There are
no risks associated with taking part in this study.
If you are above 18 years of age and would like to
participate in the research, please click the web link below after
which you will receive further information about the
The survey is about 10 - 15 minutes long, and will help broaden
our research. Please help us today by clicking on the link below
and filling out the survey.
Who we are
We are an independent diverse
group, committed to promoting the benefits of immunisation. We
are parents, health professionals and other concerned people within
the Western Australian community who are passionate about
immunisation. Have a look at our Team Immunisation and Board
Members pages and say hello!
To promote immunisation in the Western Australian community
Vision of The Alliance
To see the Western Australian community protected from
vaccine preventable diseases through immunisation.
- Blue and green represent the Earth's land and
sea. We are now part of a global community and it is
crucial we are aware of this and keep our Global Village in mind.
Infectious diseases travel everywhere and people travel abroad on
holidays, migrate and work overseas all the time. No longer are our
countries completely seperate landmasses! We can travel the world
in less time than it takes for the Influenza virus to develop in a
- The circle represents vaccination protection for
the people in our community. The circle includes Herd
Immunity, which is the goal we are striving for. Sometimes people
cannot be vaccinated and they are protected by the control of the
preventable diseases by the immunised herd. Vaccinating not only
protects our nearest and dearest but also others in our
- The human shapes represent people of all ages,
colours, sizes and shapes. The one thing we want is
for them all to be immunised! We hope to help educate people from
all over Western Australia and help get those immunisation rates