You can help us improve the health of individuals and communities by volunteering as a participant in one of our research studies.
Participation is confidential and has been approved by the QUT Research Ethics Office. Our researchers follow the QUT Code of Conduct for Research.
We're looking for participants in these studies:
Studies seeking acute care health services employees:
- Help us to continue to improve the delivery of safe and high-quality end-of-life care in Australia by completing our survey on the delivery of end-of-life care in acute settings
- Participation in Phase I of our study is now closed.
- Phase II:
- For more information about Phase II of the study please visit this information document about QUANTum study - QUAlity CompreheNsive End-of-Life Care: STandard Five study
To participate in Phase II of the study please visit Phase II QUANTum study QUAlity CompreheNsive End-of-Life Care: STandard Five study (PDF file, 104.8 KB)
Studies seeking children:
- This study will be to look at the beliefs and attitudes relating to the use of sunscreen and other sun protective behaviours in young children.
- Please read the information sheet for more details: SAY (Sunscreen and Young Children) Study (PDF file, 226.9 KB)
- If you would like to participate, please contact Helen Ford at email@example.com
Other studies seeking participants:
- Individuals aged 17 years and older are invited to help us make self-driving cars safer and more user-friendly
- Find out more including who to contact to participate, visit the CARRS-Q website
- 18 - 30 year olds who engage with social media or social networking sites more than 2 hours per day are needed to help us understand the nature of relationships formed and maintained online
- Find out more, including who to contact to participate: Millennials in a Digitally Connected World, A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Examination (PDF file, 94.5 KB)
- Participate in a study aimed at developing the modified Rivermead Post-concussion Symptoms Questionnaire. This questionnaire is used to assess self-reported symptoms after suffering a traumatic brain injury.
- Find out more, including who to contact to participate: Validating the Modified Rivermead Post-Concussive Questionnaire
- A study is seeking adults with no history of eating disorders to test the effect of time using two different mobile app games on appetite and food preferences
- Find out more including who to contact to participate: Systematic investigation of time using mobile health apps on appetite and food preferences (PDF file, 89.3 KB)
- A person who has suffered a concussion and is having/has had treatment OR a sportsperson whose sport has a high potential for suffering from a concussion at some point
- Please read the information sheet for more details: Information for participants in a research study investigating how genetics influences concussion (PDF file, 216.2 KB)
- The Chemotherapy Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN) clinical trial aims to improve the quality of life of those who are living with the pain and symptoms of peripheral neuropathy as a direct result of chemotherapy.
- To participate you must:
- Be over the age of 18
- Have completed chemotherapy treatment within the past 3 months to 3 years
- Have symptoms in your fingers/hand and toes/feet
- If you or someone that you know experiences these symptoms we encourage you to access the following webpage: learn more.
- People 18 years and older who have depression are invited to participate in a clinical trial examining probiotics as a treatment for depression
- Potential participants must read this information to determine if this study is suitable for you: Probiotics as a treatment for depression (PDF file, 249.7 KB)
You may be eligible to participate in a clinical trial of a treatment, intervention or diagnostic test for a disease or health condition.
If you're interested in volunteering for other clinical trials, you can:
Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation (IHBI)
- Phone: 3138 6000
- Fax: 3138 6030
60 Musk Avenue
- Postal address:
Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation
GPO Box 2434
Brisbane QLD 4001