Travel Experiences, Motivations, Patterns, and Attitudes from people with neurological injury and conditions (TEMPA-neuro)
About the Project
This survey design study aims to gather information about the travel experiences of people with stroke, brain injury, or spinal cord injury (before and after COVID-19) with the aim to inform the development of services and future research. All responses are anonymous and full details are available here or you can link directly to the participant information sheet and survey here.
Louise Gustafsson, Sairah Rehman, Kim Walder, and Tenelle Hodson.
This study is proudly supported by The Hopkins Centre and Griffith University.
Are you 18 years or older?
Are you living with the effects of stroke, brain injury, or spinal cord injury in Australia?
Can you complete a survey in English with or without the support of another person?
If you answer yes to all of these, we would love to hear from you.
Researchers from The Hopkins Centre and Griffith University recognise that travel is not possible during the current COVID-19 situation. However, we want to hear about your pre- and post- COVID-19 travel plans and experiences.
We have developed an online survey (GU ref no: 2020/249) that gathers information about the Travel Experiences, Motivations, Patterns, and Attitudes from people with neurological injury (TEMPA-neuro) who travel for a holiday or leisure. The knowledge gained may be used to inform the development of services and will inform further research to support people to travel for holidays for leisure.
All responses are anonymous and full details are available here or you can link directly to the participant information sheet and survey here. If preferred, you can receive an email or hard copy version of the survey by contacting email@example.com
This survey design study is part of the ROAMM research program. Click here for further information about the research program looking at Restoring Occupations And coMMunity participation.
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