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Involvement opportunities

We are committed to ensuring consumers and community members are supported to have the confidence and knowledge to contribute effectively to research. There are many ways to have a say in research. You may decide to participate in an event or use your skills and experience to apply for a position on a research project

If you’re interested in applying for any open involvement opportunities, please Join our Program

Current Involvement Opportunities

Applications close 04 December 2020

FRAIL Care

Some commonly prescribed medicines, including medicines for mood, sleep and pain, may increase the risk of falls. A Curtin University researcher needs the help of 2 research buddies to support the development and testing of an intervention that can be used by Community Pharmacists when patients present with a prescription for one of these medicines.

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Applications close 07 December 2020

Murdoch Human Research Ethics Committee

Murdoch University are looking for a Community Representative to join their Human Research Ethics Committee.

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Applications close 11 December 2020

COVID19 Pregnancy and Emotional Wellbeing Study

Would you like to help researchers understand how COVID-19 has impacted your emotional wellbeing whilst pregnant, or as a parent of a child under 3 years of age?

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Applications close 14 December 2020

Traumatic Brain Injury Consumer Advisory Group

Vision TBI are calling for those with lived experience of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). The team is looking for eight people to help the organisation understand what education, information and research is needed to help people with TBI and their carers.

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Applications close 15 January 2021

State Wide Mental Health Research Strategy (Co ROAMERS WA)

Mental health research across WA has historically been fragmented, with work being undertaken in silos across WA universities, research institutes, and Health Service Providers (HSPs). This project is bringing together people with lived experience, mental health professionals, and a range of stakeholders to develop a consensus on the mental health research priorities for Western Australia.

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Applications close 29 January 2021

RESP-VENT Pneumonia Study

Have you, or has someone you care for, had pneumonia and been placed on a ventilator in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)? Physiotherapy researchers from Curtin University want to investigate the contribution that physiotherapists make to patients recovery both within ICU and after discharge.

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Training

We offer a range of training workshops for researchers, consumers and community members to promote partnerships that will actively involve consumers and community members in research.

Our workshops have been developed in direct response to queries from researchers, funding bodies, government and non-government organisations

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