Get involved with, or take part in some of the local research, surveys or studies currently taking place across the region:
Researchers from the University of Queensland, Centre for Online Health, are recruiting clinicians to participate in a research study on telehealth in primary care by taking part in a short (30min) interview.
The study will explore the perspectives and experience of primary care clinicians on providing telephone and video conference consultations.
For more info contact email@example.com
Researchers at La Trobe University are seeking to interview healthcare practitioners who have delivered telehealth (phone and/or video conferencing) for hepatitis C treatment during COVID-19. The study will support the hepatitis C sector to optimise the use of telehealth.
For more info and to take part in the study contact Dr Frances Shaw at firstname.lastname@example.org
Western Sydney University’s NICM Health Research Institute are looking for people who have a diagnosis of either vascular dementia, or mixed Alzheimer’s and vascular dementia, to take part in our clinical trial.
The study investigates whether a standardised Chinese herbal medicine formula, Sailuotong (SLT), can help treat vascular dementia.
Researchers from the University of Wollongong are conducting a study to better understand the impact natural disasters and COVID-19 restrictions have had on the health and self-care of older people over 65 years.
If you are a General Practice Nurse who cares for older people with chronic health conditions and would like to know more then please email email@example.com
Phoenix Australia is conducting a study to better understand the emotional impacts of working during the COVID-19 pandemic for healthcare workers, with a particular focus on moral distress and injury.
They are looking for participants who are a current or former healthcare worker who worked at some point during the COVID-19 pandemic, to complete a short anonymous survey.
The ISLHD Child and Family Health are seeking feedback from GPs in regards to their client handover process.
For more information contact Donna Walder on 0411402473.
Quit4Bub is a research project being undertaken by the Southern NSW LHD in partnership with local maternity services. The project aims to find out what works best to support pregnant women to stop smoking in the second half of their pregnancy.
To participate in the study email the research team, or text TELL ME MORE to 0436 852 496.
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