What is the Join Us register?
Join Us is a simple online register that helps researchers prevent, treat and find cures for disease.
For you, your family, your neighbours and for everyone.
Acknowledgement of Country
The Join Us Register would like to Acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands across Australia as the continuing custodians of Country and acknowledge the many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people of this land.
We pay our respect to our First Nations peoples and their Elders, past, present, and emerging new leaders.
We acknowledge and celebrate the knowledge and the strengths of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities and recognise their continuing connection to land and waters.
We thank the many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, and the many individuals, organisations that have supported and guided us through our journey.
Studies Currently Recruiting
This research aims to understand societal attitudes to children and young people, through the repeat of a benchmarking survey originally conducted in 2016 by the Valuing Children Initiative (VCI), and through interviews.
Researchers from the University of Sydney want to learn how to best develop an online evidence-based nutritional education program for the older adult population. This study is seeking insights for a resource specifically tailored for an anti-inflammatory diet.
Researchers from The George Institute for Global Health are trying to find out if cholestrol lowering medication (Statin), can help
reduce ongoing neurological symptoms such as problems with memory and concentration, mood disturbances, fatigue and, muscle weakness, after Covid19 infection (Long Covid).
Researchers at UNSW are conducting a project to determine whether an online program delivered by an Accredited Exercise Physiologist could help adults with hypertension to improve their blood pressure and fitness level.
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