The following research projects are currently recruiting participants.
Do you have a neurological condition? Are you interested in exercising at your local gym? You could help researchers at Ulster University @UlsterHealthSci to develop an exercise referral pathway for adults with neurological conditions. Contact the team at email@example.com. Do you care for someone with a neurological condition? Are you interested in helping them exercise at their local gym? You could help researchers at Ulster University @UlsterHealthSci to develop an exercise referral pathway. Contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Researchers at Ulster University @UlsterHealthSci are developing an exercise referral pathway for adults with neurological conditions. If you, or someone you know, is interested in helping with this research please email email@example.com. You can scan the QR code on the right to watch a video explaining this study.
A team at Queen’s University Belfast would like to invite you to take part in research called ‘Social participation and quality of life in adults with cerebral palsy’. The team are interested in finding out about the lives of adults with CP so that support and access to appropriate healthcare, employment, education and leisure activities can be improved in adulthood. Participants will be asked to fill in a survey, either online or in person with Claire, and will be given a £10 gift voucher as a token of thanks. The team are looking for individuals with Cerebral Palsy and without and parents or carers of individuals with CP are also welcome to take part on behalf of their loved one. If you would like to hear more or have any questions, you can contact Claire by email at firstname.lastname@example.orgParticipate at Queen's
Are you aged 14-21 years with cerebral palsy (CP) and able to walk? Would you like to help make two new research studies for children and young people with CP fun and interesting to take part in? Are you the parent carer of a walking child or young person with cerebral palsy? Are you interested in helping improve outcomes for children and young people with cerebral palsy? Would you like to share your experience and interest to contribute to two new research studies for children and young people with cerebral palsy? To find out more on trials for the Young People Advisory Group or the Parent Advisory group please email email@example.com
Researchers at Cardiff University are conducting an online study with parent’s/guardians caring for children with dystonia in the UK aged 0-18 years. They hope to look at experiences regarding the support they receive and to gain a better insight into the lives of carers. For more information please do not hesitate to contact the main researcher Anne on firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more