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The Subjective Wellbeing Evaluation Toolkit: A resource to support the use of Subjective Wellbeing to measure the impact of community programs and public policy initiatives

The aim of this toolkit is to provide introductory information about the practical use of how to measure Subjective Wellbeing using only 8 questions and how to interpret the results in the evaluation of community based projects, strategies and interventions.

Includes the Australian Unity Wellbeing Index: Personal Wellbeing Index.

Developed by the Centre for Regional Development, Swinburne University of Technology in partnership with the McCaughey Centre.

Author & Year Published : Dr Melanie Davern, University of Melbourne (2016)

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