The aim of the Shell Shock play evaluation is to investigate audience responses to the performance (Blower, N. 2011).
In particular it will focus on:
Does the performance make an impact on the audience member?
Following the performance is behaviour altered?
The Shell Shock project team want to find out if audience members have their views about mental health in the armed forces altered by watching the performance.
The broader aims of the study are described as:
The research team will examine all the information gained from the study. A full report will be written and made available. It may be used to write articles to be published in academic journals and to be used as a training tool for mental health staff and other researchers.
All findings will be anonymous.
To participate in the anonymous survey please visit the dedicated link: http://bit.ly/2qmBn2j
For more information on the survey and a list of questions & answers please download the Information Sheet ARU Shell Shock
For full terms & conditions regarding participation please download the Consent Form The Shell-Shock Performance