This population-based cross-sectional survey of Australian residents sought to identify factors that predict the general public’s willingness to be seen and seek treatment from an NP. Secondary aims were to determine:

the proportion of the Australian population willing to be seen and treated by an NP,

if socio-demographic factors (i.e., age, sex, education, location) of individual’s willingness to be seen by an NP

if waiting time reduction influences willingness to be seen and treated by an NP.

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