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Are you the mother of a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)?

Are you the mother of a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? Researchers at The University of Queensland are working to find better ways to support mothers of children with ASD from the first months and years of their child’s life. Mothers of children with ASD (10 years or younger) are invited to take part […]

Are you a caregiver of someone with a chronic or complex illness?

Researchers at the University of Canberra are looking to explore the connection between patient-caregiving relationships, chronic/complex illnesses and caregiver well being. We are looking for adults who provide informal care for another adult with a chronic or complex health condition such as heart disease, respiratory illnesses, cancer, diabetes, neurological disorders, arthritis or mental illness etc. […]

Survey about chlamydia management – seeking GPs

If you’re a GP working in Australian general practice, researchers at the University of Melbourne would love to hear about your chlamydia management practices and your opinion on some proposed strategies to support care of patients with a chlamydia infection. Complete the short 20 minute survey here: For more information, please contact us at […]

Reproductive coercion: clinicians needed for research

An under-recognised form of control and abuse over Australian women. Sabotaging contraception, pressuring/forcing women to become pregnant, pressuring/forcing women to terminate a pregnancy or continue an unwanted pregnancy are all forms of reproductive coercion (RC). GP’s and nurses working in primary care are very likely to have encountered patients experiencing RC. We need GP’s help […]