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Find research projects in which you can participate and access completed research into issues affecting the remote health workforce.
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 email@example.com.
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.