The following projects are currently recruiting patients to participate in our research:
What does it mean to be healthy?
Listed 12 December 2013 Seeking: People aged 3-100 who consider themselves healthy for their age. Participation requirement: A once-only assessment at the University of Sydney's Cumberland campus for 2-3 hours. The assessment includes performing basic physical assessments and completing questionnaires. Find out more about the 1000 Norms study Contact Marnee Mckay or Jennifer Baldwin: Tel: 02 9036 7435
Volunteers needed with and without low back pain to help investigate how trunk motor control works. Using a novel tracking system, Dr Seyed Mousavi and his team plan to investigate the quality of trunk movements in patients with chronic low back pain and healthy participants. The testing will comprise one visit to a lab at the Cumberland campus. A reimbursement of $30 for time and travel will be given. Please email email@example.com or contact 935 19560 if you would like more information about the study.
Mobile Technology and Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Can a smartphone/tablet application deliver effective, intensive speech therapy for children with Childhood Apraxia of Speech/Dyspraxia? We are looking for children aged 4 – 12 yrs with dyspraxia or Childhood Apraxia of Speech to participate. More information
Seeking Speech Language Pathologists in Australia and Canada to complete a ten minute online study about perceptions of barriers to service delivery. More information
Do you have Asthma? A Faculty of Health Science/Royal Prince Alfred Hospital study is looking for participants to assess the effectiveness of a device placed on the skin. More information
Are you a female practicing Muslim with OCD? PhD student Somayeh Mahintorabi is seeking volunteers for a study which will form the basis of her PhD. More information
MiFACE seeking people with a complete facial nerve paralysis within the first 3 weeks after onset. More information
Anxiety Disorders Clinic seeking people with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder washing / contamination concerns for a free trial of self-administered Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy, a cognitive therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder that is completed at home. More information