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

Chronic Pain Management in General Practice (Division of General Practice, School of Medicine, UWA)

You are invited to participate in a project about chronic pain management in General Practice. This will involve a one-on-one interview with our GP researchers to share your experiences of managing patients with chronic pain including any challenges you have encountered, as well as your insights on what makes for good management of chronic pain in General Practice.
 
Participants will be partially compensated for the time taken for the interview with a payment of $150 plus GST. The interview will take a maximum of one hour and will occur at a time and place which is convenient to you.
 
The research is being conducted through the Division of General Practice at the School of Medicine at the University of Western Australia.
 
This study is supported by funds received from the RACGP Chris Silagy Scholarship Grant. 
 
For further information about this study please contact Dr Lucy Gilkes at the University of Western Australia on lucy.gilkes@uwa.edu.au 

Otitis Media Pre Launch Survey Across Australia - OMapp Survey

The Centre of Research Excellence in Ear and Hearing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children is conducting an OMapp Survey pre-survey for Gp's on their knowledge of the 2010 National Guidelines for Otitis Media in Aboriginal Children, and the current availability and use of diagnostic equipment in their services.

For further information, and or to participate in this study please click on the following link:. https://redcap.menzies.edu.au/redcap/surveys/?s=YEPXLNEDEK
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