Open Research

The fol­low­ing research projects, sur­veys, and con­sul­ta­tions are cur­rent­ly seek­ing your feed­back and/​or participation:

Black Dog Insti­tute
Invi­ta­tion for psy­chol­o­gists to par­tic­i­pate in men­tal health research.

Depart­ment of Health
Help to improve your online expe­ri­ence of the Head to Health web­site by tak­ing part in a short sur­vey.

Elaine Town­er, Uni­ver­si­ty of New Eng­land
Elaine is look­ing for inter­view and ques­tion­naire par­tic­i­pants for her study of the expe­ri­ences of new grad­u­ate nurs­es car­ing for the dete­ri­o­rat­ing patient in rur­al areas. Email etowner2@​une.​edu.​au.

Elis­a­beth Coyne PhD, Grif­fith Uni­ver­si­ty
You are invit­ed to par­tic­i­pate in a study explor­ing nurs­es’ atti­tudes toward the impor­tance of fam­i­lies and per­ceived out­comes of fam­i­ly involve­ment in nurs­ing care.

FASD Clin­i­cian Guide­line Ques­tion­naire
The Uni­ver­si­ty of Queens­land and twelve col­lab­o­rat­ing organ­i­sa­tions are review­ing the Aus­tralian Guide for Assess­ment and Diag­no­sis of Fetal Alco­hol Spec­trum Dis­or­der (FASD). They invite you to com­plete the 20-minute Aus­tralian clin­i­cians’ deter­mi­nants ques­tion­naire to bet­ter under­stand clin­i­cians’ aware­ness and util­i­sa­tion of the guide­line.

ORI­ENT STUDY, Monash Uni­ver­si­ty
Led by Pro­fes­sor Danielle Maz­za at Monash Uni­ver­si­ty, the ORI­ENT Study aims to imple­ment a nurse-led mod­el of care in gen­er­al prac­tice to improve access to long-act­ing reversible con­tra­cep­tion and med­ical abor­tion for women in rur­al and region­al Aus­tralia. Gen­er­al prac­tices are being recruit­ed to par­tic­i­pate. Finan­cial incen­tives includ­ed. Find out more here.

Uni­ver­si­ty of Syd­ney — Dr Kate Cheney, Prof Kirsten Black, Prof Car­o­line Homer (Bur­net) and Dr @ Zoe Brad­field (Curtin).

Call­ing all rur­al and remote mid­wives – do you pro­vide con­tra­cep­tion infor­ma­tion to women in the course of your care? Share your per­spec­tives about pro­vid­ing post par­tum con­tra­cep­tion infor­ma­tion in this short (10 ques­tion) survey.

Completed Research