If you are worried about your substance use, we would recommend that you talk with a counsellor, available through a 24/7 online and telephone counselling service for substance related problems. If you do not wish to adjust your use but are interested in harm reduction advice, we recommend you visit the High Way Code at If you have other health related questions, there is also a free, 24 hour service called healthdirect, available on 1800 022 222 where you can get free expert advice from a registered nurse. You are free to withdraw at any time, and you can do so without providing an explanation.
If you get part way in and decide not to go any further, just shut down the survey web page none of your data will be submitted to us.
Data will be retained for 5 years from collection, or for 5 years after any publications are produced.
In addition you will be asked about sexual health testing and some personality questions. If you change your mind just close the web page and any answers you have completed are NOT submitted to the researchers 3.
If there's any questions that you don't want to answer, that is OK.
Only your age and country you live in are 'mandatory' questions.
It's completely fine to skip any questions you don't like and any information you do complete is still helpful for this study From your participation we will create a new assessment tool for high risk sex behaviours to be used in research and clinical settings.
With your input we will be able to make sure questions are valid and identify any problems with the assessment tool.
Finally, after you've completed the study you will be given the opportunity to enter a prize draw to win one of three 0 music vouchers, by providing an email address.**please note email addresses are not linked to survey answers in any way, as no IP addresses or timestamp information is collected** This survey asks about your sexual and drug-taking behaviours.From taking part, you may realize that your actual behaviours in these areas differ from what you think they were, or you may identify some things that you might not want to keep doing."I am predicting that, once computers are doing the driving, there will be a lot more sex in cars," states Barrie Kirk of the Canadian Automated Vehicles Centre of Excellence.And while that sounds like a great thing, he points out the potentially dangerous side, saying, "That's one of several things people will do which will inhibit their ability to respond quickly when the computer says to the human, 'Take over."' Videos are already online showing those in Tesla driverless vehicles engaged in activities like reading a newspaper or brushing their teeth, so sex isn't much of a stretch. "Drivers tend to overestimate the performance of automation and will naturally turn their focus away from the road when they turn on their auto-pilot." Officials also noted truly self-driving cars are "still a few years away", so on the bright side, this should only be a short-term issue.Federal officials, in their notes for Canada's Transport Minister Marc Garneau, echoed similar concerns.