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Complete a short online questionnaire to help Swinburne University researchers to better understand “What makes us happy?”.
Help researchers from the St Vincent’s Institute better understand why some people develop Type 1 Diabetes while most people don’t.
Researchers from Bond University’s Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare are seeking insights from health consumers regarding the most effective methods of communicating health condition screening information, specifically non-cancer health conditions.
Help researchers from the Swinburne University to better understand the beliefs of older people in seeking mental health support by sharing your feedback in a one-on-one interview.
Join a 2 hour weekly inter-generational program bringing older adults and preschoolers together in a range of fun activities for 20 weeks in participating local pre-schools.
Researchers from the University of Sydney want to understand the thoughts and experiences of older people (aged 65 and over) who have previously taken part in a clinical trial.
Researchers from Westmead Hospital want to see if the immune system of ‘generally healthy’ individuals is impacted by abnormal levels of fats in the blood (lipids), such as cholesterol. This information may provide early targets for the prevention of heart disease.
Help Griffith University researchers to understand how primary
caregivers’ beliefs, behaviours, and perceptions influence their chronic disease management patterns when caring for their chronically ill children through novel and stressful situations.
By gaining an understanding of what is a normal and healthy microbiome, clinicians, researchers, and healthcare professionals will be better informed about what they might be able to do to improve health by modulating the microbiome.
A randomised controlled clinical trial of mask use in control of respiratory outcomes during bushfire season.
(BREATHE – Bushfire, Respiratory protection, Emphysema, bronchitis and Asthma Triggering Health Effects).
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