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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 […]

Community Allied Health Service (CAHS) feedback survey

Community Allied Health Service (CAHS) is looking for community feedback in 5 minutes or less!  We’re providing short term intervention clinics for children in your area. Haven’t heard of us? – Let us know so we can fix that! Thought we could do better?  – Tell us how so we can make changes. Want […]

Identification for palliative approach: experiences of regional and rural GPs

Are you a General Practitioner in regional or rural Queensland? Griffith University is conducting research on palliative care in regional/rural areas. They are seeking GPs of all backgrounds to participate in a brief telephone interview. All participants will receive a $50 Coles/Myer voucher. This study has been granted ethics approval (GU Ref No: 2019/348). If […]

Surveying current practice in goal-setting for physical activity and exercise promotion

Are you a clinician who sees patients/clients for problematic alcohol use and comorbid depression? Researchers at the University of Sydney are surveying clinicians who manage/treat people with problematic alcohol use and comorbid depression to gain clinical insights into their patients/clients’ treatment decision-making needs, and to inform innovative decision-support tools. For more information and take part […]

Can the brain adapt to improve movement skills in cerebral palsy?

Shari O’Brien, a PHD Candidate at The University of Queensland, is currently seeking participants with Cerebral Palsy aged between 15-35 that can walk independently for a study that may contribute to the further development of effective neurorehabilitation protocols. She is investigating the effect of six weeks of voluntary movement training on the ability to control […]

Chlamydia management in general practice

Management of Chlamydia Cases in Australia (MoCCA) is currently seeking General Practitioners, practice nurses and practice managers to participate in interviews about how chlamydia is managed in their general practice and how it could be improved. This study will involve a 30-45 minute telephone interview with a University of Melbourne researcher. If you are interested […]