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 below, 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.

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Current projects

The deaf client in therapy: Does it really matter who translates your feelings?

Recruiting QUT students only: This study examines the role of Auslan interpreters in therapy.

Student recruitment: to 31 December 2022

Lead researcher: Renata Meuter

This study aims to measure the performance of vision-related everyday activities under low light levels and to compare performance for those with and without various eye conditions.

Project end date: 1 December 2022

Contact: Dinesh Venugopal

Participant information

Chemotherapy Induced Peripheral Neuropathy clinical trial

This clinical trial aims to identify which self-managed treatments (heat or massage) reduce the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy.

Participant recruitment: through July 2023

Lead researcher: Patsy Yates

Understanding the functional ability of older adults using maximal strength and power measures

This study aims to compare leg muscle strength and power measurements to daily activity performance to better understand functional capacity in older adults.

Project end date: 4 November 2022

Lead Researcher: Amelia Shea

The reliability of using two handheld dynamometers in measuring lower limb musclestrength in health adults and elderly

This study aims to investigate the reliability of clinical- and laboratory-based handheld dynamometers in measuring lower limb muscles strength, and to identify if they can measure the strength differences between healthy adults and healthy elderly.

Participant recruitment: through 4 March 2022

Lead Researcher: Yuet Yee Or

Participant information

How does Fasciopathy manifest in Athletes

This study aims to investigate how plantar fasciopathy manifests in athletes by exploring factors such as running gait and pressure pain sensitivity in participants from the athletic community.

Project end date: 31 December 2022

Lead Researcher: Claire  Game

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