SURVEY: Assessing cognitive communication in ABI return to work population
We would like to invite you to participate in research that is looking at how cognitive-communication is assessed in the Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) return to work population. Participants are asked to complete a 20-30 minute online survey (see link below). At the end of the survey participants can elect to participate in an online focus group to be held in September 2021.
Information gathered as part of this study will help inform the development of clinical resources. Participation in this study is entirely voluntary and responses to questions will be anonymous. Please review the participant information sheet for further details and consent. Please consider forwarding this to any colleagues who you think might be interested.
Metro South Ethics Approval/Reference Number: HREC/2021/QMS/70316
Griffith University Human Research Ethics Committee Reference Number: 2021/195
This research is being conducted as part of a Clinical Fellowship, funded by The Hopkins Centre.
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