Participate in ELDAC research studies
All ELDAC research studies have received approval from the Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) at Flinders University. Participation in all studies is entirely voluntary. All data collected is treated as strictly confidential and will be kept secure on the Flinders University server with access limited to the research team. Transcripts from interviews will be de-identified prior to analysis. No participant will be individually identifiable in any report or publication.
Project Ethics Number: 5680
Purpose of the Study:
This study is the third and final stage of the Allied Health Toolkit resource project and we are exploring what allied health professionals think about the toolkit, to understand how it is being used to support end-of-life care of clients, and to identify potential improvements.
Who can be involved:
We would like to invite all users of the Allied Health toolkit to participate in this study.
What you will be asked to do:
The study has two ways to provide feedback. The first is an online survey that asks about you, your work and how you use apps and technology in general, to support care. The last part of the survey invites you to tell us about your experiences of using the toolkit as part of your everyday work. At the end of the survey, there is an opportunity to register your interest to participate in a 30 minute interview where we will ask you in more detail about how you have used the toolkit and whether you feel it has improved your confidence, and the care that you provide to your clients at end of life. Alternatively, you can register your interest in participating in an interview without completing the survey first. In appreciation of your time, you will be provided with a $25 gift card for helping us with the interview, and we will be looking to conduct approximately 15 interviews in total.
How you can participate:
If you have used the Allied Health Toolkit and would like to participate in the study, you can access the survey below:
Complete the survey
Or, please provide your contact details in the form below, and a researcher will then be in touch to provide you some more information about the interview process.