Research

Get involved with, or take part in some of the local research, surveys or studies currently taking place across the region:

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ADEA PATHWAYS PROJECT - GP CONSULTATION

JANUARY 2021

The project aims to provide guidance for providers, carers and people with diabetes, by developing pathways for diabetes education, based on evidence and expert consensus.

The AEDA is looking for GPs to participate in facilitated online 20min focus groups or individual chats. For more info please contact Alan Fitzpatrick on 0416 463 611.

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FACILITATORS AND BARRIERS TO PRESCRIBING TREATMENNT FOR HEPATITIS C

November 2020

The University of Sydney is seeking registered GPs currently working in primary care in Australia, to take part in a survey regarding facilitators and barriers to prescribing treatment for hepatitis C.

To take part in the short survey please click here.

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CAN DIET IMPROVE GUT HEALTH IN PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE?

OCTOBER 2020

The University of Wollongong and the Wollongong Hospital are undertaking a research trial to compare two different types of diets for people with kidney disease.

If you would like to participate, please talk to your doctor or contact Jordan Stanford on
0411099385 or email js096@uowmail.edu.au

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FREE TRIAL OF ONLINE CBT PROGRAM FOR BULIMIA NERVOSA

AUGUST 2020

An interactive online, CBT program has been developed by the University of Sydney to help treat individuals (16 years and over) struggling with bulimia nervosa. As part of a research study examining the effectiveness of the program, the University of Sydney is currently recruiting any volunteers suffering from bulimia nervosa to participate in a free 12-week trial of the eTherapy program. 

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COVID-19 OUTCOME STUDY

JUNE 2020

A team of Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District (ISLHD) clinicians are calling for participants to take part in a research study on the longer term health impacts of COVID-19.

If you are interested in participating in this research study or would like more information, please click here.

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