Get involved with, or take part in some of the local research, surveys or studies currently taking place across the region:
Woolcock Institute of Medical Research and the University of Sydney invite GPs to take part in a single focus group of around 1 hour’s duration or a telephone interview of around 30 minutes to help determine the impact of cost in people’s decisions about asthma medicines.
If you would like to take part, please contact Dr Sharon Davis, Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, University of Sydney at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (02) 91 140 371.
Researchers at the University of Sydney are interested in hearing from clinicians about their views and experiences of the revised Australian National Cervical Screening Program (NCSP).
Findings will be used to understand the impact of the changes for GPs and guide strategies for effectively implementing the NCSP changes.
Doctors and nurses working in general practice are invited to share your views on current practices and challenges in determining driver safety among senior drivers.
For more information, please contact Nadine Veerhuis at email@example.com.
This study aims to understand GPs’ current practices, attitudes and confidence in managing sleep disorders; perceptions of existing sleep health care pathways and the enablers and barriers to change.
Find out more by clicking on the link below, you can also download a consent form here.
WayAhead - Mental Health Association NSW has launched the NSW Wellbeing Survey 2019 to understand what different communities throughout NSW need for better mental health and wellbeing.
The survey will take about 20 minutes and will help to inform WayAhead's advocacy work.
Researchers at the University of Canberra are conducting research that examines the skills, knowledge and confidence of individuals who provide care for someone who lives with a chronic illness.
They are looking for adults who provide informal care for another adult with a chronic illness.
The University of Wollongong and Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District are investigating the effects of timing of physical activity on blood glucose control, activity levels and cardiovascular risk among people with type 2 diabetes.
Children who develop healthy habits from a young age are more likely to continue these habits into adulthood.
Time for Healthy Habits is a research study looking at ways to help parents and carers with healthy eating, physical activity and sleep habits in their young child.
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