This page is dedicated to university students seeking participants to help contribute to their research. This might be in the form of completing a short online survey or maybe assistance in seeking candidates.
Please take the time to help our up and coming occupational therapy students, your help is greatly appreciated.
If you are interested in promoting your research please contact our office via email [email protected] to discuss further.
Rural Vs Metro Hospitals
Our study is exploring Occupational Therapists’ perspectives on the barriers and enablers to providing stroke rehabilitation in rural and metropolitan contexts, within Western Australia.
We are recruiting Occupational Therapists who are currently working or have previously worked in stroke rehabilitation for a minimum of 6 months within Western Australia (in acute or subacute settings) within rural or metropolitan hospitals.
Survey can be accessed through this link https://curtin.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/preview/SV_cPcSgv1JEQM8BaR?Q_CHL=preview&Q_SurveyVersionID=current Or through the QR code on the flyer. Open the camera app on your phone and place it over the QR code to access survey.
There is the option to participate in a phone or online interview following completion of the survey. This will help us to gather further information about Occupational Therapists’ perspectives and experiences working in stroke rehabilitation.
Our study has received ethical approval from the Ethics Committee at Curtin University. Ethical approval number: HRE2021-0129
For further information please contact us via email: [email protected]
Chloe Hunt, Scarlet Longthorn, Eleanor Jones and Luca Daw
Worry in Autistic and Non-Autistic Adults
Worrying is a form of thinking about the future in a way that can leave you feeling anxious or apprehensive.
Everyone worries from time to time, however, some people can experience worry that begins to become
difficult to control.
We want to understand how autistic and non-autistic adults experience worry, including what sorts of
things people worry about, how much they worry and what the impacts are.
Can I participate?
Yes, if you are:
- Aged 18 years or above
- Have a diagnosis of autism OR are non-autistic (no diagnosis)
- Can read English
What is involved?
As part of this project, you will participate in a 30 – 45 minute survey. You may be eligible to enter a prize
draw to receive a thank you for participating in this research.
How do I participate?
Survey can be accessed through this link http://bit.do/worrysurvey Or through the QR code on flyer. Open the camera app on your phone and place it over the QR code to access survey. Or contact Dr Melissa Black (08) 9266 5893 or [email protected]
Curtin University Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) has approved this study (HRE2020-076)