Important information COVID-19 Update

We are committed to the health and safety of our clients and community, and are following all advice from government agencies in delivering our services. As a result, you may have seen several additional hygiene and social distancing measures implemented in our facilities to ensure the safety of our clients, students and staff. We are continuing to monitor the situation as safety protocols change, and will adapt our services to stay at the forefront of best practice for health and safety.

If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms or fever, have travelled overseas recently, or have been in close contact with someone who has been confirmed to have Coronavirus, contact a doctor or call 13HEALTH.

Refer to the Federal Department of Health and Queensland Health for information about the Coronavirus, and follow advice to stay well!

Research

Research is conducted in QUT Health Clinics facilities by researchers from many disciplines. All research is subject to QUT Ethics approval and QUT's Information Privacy policy.

If you are interested in participating in any of the research projects listed, please refer to the linked Participant Information Sheet or contact us by emailing healthclinics@qut.edu.au and we will pass your message on to the lead researcher.

Current research projects include:

MyFootCare: Improving the user experience with a mobile health app (PDF, 118KB)
Lead researcher: Bernd Ploderer

Using a Pepper robot to undertake administration of a brief health survey (PDF, 87KB)
Lead researcher: Nicole Robinson

Optical and biometric characteristics in children during accommodation (PDF, 146KB)
Lead researcher: Rohan Hughes

Children's recognition of facial emotions
Lead researcher: Susan Kohlsdorf

Sensitisation of nerves and contact lens discomfort (PDF, 166KB)
Lead researcher: Katie Edwards

Series of studies aiming to understand how interactions between psychotherapists and clients influence therapeutic outcome
Lead researcher: Stuart Ekberg

How smart are smart vision charts at measuring vision in children? (PDF, 95KB)
Lead researcher: Shelley Hopkins

Evaluation of cardiac rehabilitation in a university teaching clinic
Lead researcher: Robert Mullins

Ophthalmic evaluation of children with ataxia telangiectasia
Lead researcher: Ann Webber

Exploring perceptions of interior space experienced by people wearing brain imaging equipment
Lead researcher: Marissa Linquist

Retinal photoreceptor contributions to circadian rhythms
Lead researcher: Sunila Dumpala

Intrinsic foot muscle activity during standing balance tasks in adults with hallux valgus compared to controls (PDF, 87KB)
and
Intra-rater reliability of measuring hallux flexor strength using a force-torque sensor
Contact: Ainslie Davies

Ultrasound characterisation of foot soft tissues
Lead researcher: Scott Wearing

Chemotherapy Induced Peripheral Neuropathy clinical trial Linked to another web site
Lead researcher: Patsy Yates

 

 

QUT Health Clinics Brochures

Download the QUT Health Clinics Brochure (PDF file, 716KB)

Download the Podiatry brochure (PDF file, 297KB)
Download the Optometry brochure (PDF file, 280KB)
Download the Psychology and Counselling brochure (PDF file, 253KB)
Download the Exercise Physiology brochure (PDF file, 209KB)
Download the Nutrition and Dietetics brochure (PDF file, 217KB)

Contact

General Enquiries & Appointments
Email: healthclinics@qut.edu.au
Phone: (07) 3138 9777
44 Musk Ave, Kelvin Grove QLD

Podiatry
Phone: (07) 3138 9777

Optometry
Phone: (07) 3138 9777

Psychology & Counselling
Phone: (07) 3138 0999

Exercise Physiology
Phone: (07) 3138 9777
Email: healthclinics.ex@qut.edu.au
(referrals only)

Nutrition & Dietetics
Phone: (07) 3138 9777
Email: dietitian@qut.edu.au