Research priorities in Australian adult palliative care

We at Palliverse support open dialogue between researchers, clinicians, policy-makers and the broader community as to how things are going and what are the priority areas for future work. Please see below a research opportunity which is relevant to researchers and clinicians working in Australian adult palliative care settings.

Dear Health Professionals,

I am a student at Curtin University undertaking a research project as part of the completion of my Bachelor of Psychology (honours) degree. I will be conducting this research under the supervision of Dr Lauren Breen and Dr Anna Ugalde. The Curtin University Human Research Ethics Committee has approved the study (HRE2017-0432). We are undertaking a study to identify palliative care researchers’ and clinicians’ research priorities for Australian adult palliative care. We are interested in your views concerning the types of topics and areas that most urgently need to be pursued as part of a research agenda.

If you chose to participate in this study, your views will be gathered via online questionnaires on three separate occasions. Estimated completion time for each survey is around is 5-10 minutes. If you are interested in participating please contact me as soon as possible at rebecca.a.sullivan@student.curtin.edu.au for the survey link and further information, as the closing date of the first round will be Friday 26th August 2017. On completion of the final round you will have the opportunity to enter a draw for the chance to win 1 of 4 $25 gift vouchers.

Kind regards,

Rebecca Sullivan

rebecca.a.sullivan@student.curtin.edu.au

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