Research and surveys

This page provides opportunities for all healthcare providers to interact for the the purpose of research and learning.

If you have a survey or project you would like us to share with our audience, please email the proposed information to practiceassist@wapha.org.au.

Research and surveys

General Practitioners Screen their patients for Atrial Fibrillation and othEr aRrhythmias (GPSAFER)

Atrial fibrillation and other arrhythmias are associated with higher morbidities and mortality. Should you screen asymptomatic patients? What is the role of mobile ECG devices? What is your need for ECG interpretation training?

The University of Sydney is conducting a 5-minute survey. Three $50-giftcards will be given away. Please click the following weblink to find out more about the GPSAFER study: https://redcap.sydney.edu.au/surveys/?s=RPH8AY9NNN

WA Respiratory Network: Access to Spirometry

This survey is being undertaken by the Access to the spirometry in the community working group of the Respiratory Health Network, and is seeking an understanding of what primary care care clinicians want in terms of spirometry training. 

The survey is targeted at general practitioners, nurses, and rural clinicians, and will be available until mid-January 2019. 

To access the survey, please click here.
 
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