Research opportunity: Women with traumatic brain injury

September 4, 2017

Women with traumatic brain injury (TBI) are invited to share their experiences in an online survey and/or interview as part of a research study at the University of Western Sydney.

"Through this research we aim to enhance policy and practice within health and disability services. If you are a woman, aged 18 years or over, English speaking and have sustained a traumatic brain injury you are eligible to participate in the research."

If you are interested in participating in an interview or would like more information about the research, please contact the researcher Kate O'Reilly on (02) 4620 3362 or by email: Kate.Oreilly@westernsydney.edu.au

Read the information sheet and participate in the online survey here>
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