Free 8-week exercise program for people with whiplash.
The University of Queensland are seeking people with neck pain due to whiplash for a study looking at the effects of exercise on the brain.
- 8-week low-intensity exercise program
- Individual exercise sessions delivered by a physiotherapy researcher and physiologist
Experiencing phantom limb pain?
We would like to explore whether participating in an online support group could help individuals living with phantom limb pain better manage their condition, to reduce pain or better wellbeing.
The aim of this study is to explore the language (in particular, the metaphors)which people living with chronic pain use to describe their pain experience. As there is currently no objective biomedical test for the existence or nature of pain, language is of vital importance to the chronic pain experience.
After completing the survey, you will have the chance to enter the draw to win one of five $100 Visa Gift Cards.
To participate, you will need to have chronic pain (pain lasting 12 weeks or longer) and be aged 18 years or older, with good English comprehension and writing ability.
What is involved: Completion of an anonymous online survey, which should take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete.
To read the Participant Information Sheet and Consent Form and complete the survey please click HERE.
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Risk Perceptions About Driving and Medications in People With Chronic Non-cancer Pain
Researchers from UTAS are running a new study to explore whether chronic pain or related medications have an impact on risk perceptions about driving and driving-related behaviours.
The University of Tasmania is conducting an online survey of people who use prescription opioids to manage chronic pain, and the effects that such medications may have on other parts of life.
Researchers at Western Sydney University are recruiting for a study to better understand elbow pain.
The study will explore whether brain function alters due to elbow pain. The test session will take approximately 2 hours and you will be reimbursed for your time and travel. The session will be held at Western Sydney University, Campbelltown campus.
Do you have or know someone with back pain and trouble sleeping?
Join a six week online program to improve sleep quality and reduce back pain!
This study is open to twin and non-twin participants. Please see the corresponding Participant Information Form by clicking Read more.
A team of researchers at University of Bath have two studies on CRPS that are recruiting participants for. The two studies are:
1. exploring how young people with CRPS think about their future (20-25 minute online survey)
2. exploring how parents of young people with CRPS think about their child’s future (20-25 minute online survey)
The researchers will sending participants Amazon vouchers to thank them for their time.
The aim of the present study is to examine knowledge and attitudes towards pain management and medication use in chronic pain patients.
Participants with chronic pain will be asked to fill out a short online questionnaire about their knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours related to pain management and medication use. Participation in this study will take approximately 10-15 minutes. Participants who complete the questionnaire will go into the draw to win 1 of 2 $100 gift cards
You can complete the survey by following the link here or by clicking the University of Queensland logo below.
This survey is looking at pain, cognitive functioning (e.g. memory), and physical and mental health in people who are using prescription-only opioid medications to manage chronic, non-cancer pain (e.g. low back pain, arthritis).
The survey is online – it takes about 15 minutes to complete, and participants can enter the draw to win a $50 Coles Myer voucher at the end.
Participants need to be currently experiencing chronic non-cancer pain (so, 3 months or longer, and not pain that is related to cancer) AND be using prescription-only opioid medications. I’m mainly looking for participants within Australia, though the survey is open to anyone. It will be running until at least the middle of next year.
The survey is available at the University of Tasmania