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.

Information for participants

It takes less than 15 minutes to sign up. You’ll need to share some personal information and we will get back to you once you are a match.

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Information for researchers

Join Us is a secure, online research register that provides access to community members to be contacted about research that might be relevant to their health status.

Studies currently recruiting

CVMM Study

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.

ReacStep Study

Researchers from Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) are investigating the effects of a ReacStep Program on fall risk and cognition in older adults.

Sun-D

Regular sunscreen application reduces the risk of skin cancer, but it may also reduce vitamin D production.

The Sun-D Trial is the first large trial to investigate the effect of applying SPF 50+ sunscreen on Vitamin D.

See our 'Participant Information Statement'

For everything you need to know about signing up, how your data is secured and used, and what to expect once you Join us

How is personal data secured?

The privacy of your data is an absolute priority for us. We have established state of the art security systems that keep your health data secure and in a separate secure location from your personal information. None of your personal information ever leaves the register.

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