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 firstname.lastname@example.org and we will pass your message on to the lead researcher.
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: 31 December 2021
Lead researcher: Renata Meuter
Performance of Vision-Related Everyday Activities under Low Lighting Conditions
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
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 2021
Lead researcher: Patsy Yates
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 1 August 2021
Lead Researcher: Yuet Yee Or