Exploring Telehealth Care Seeking Behaviour Across the Stroke Continuum (research)

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StrokeLine is a telehealth service provided by the Stroke Foundation. This research will help us understand the reasons that people who have survived a stroke seek support from StrokeLine and the experience of using telehealth services such as StrokeLine in Australia.

Currently, there is limited knowledge about what stroke survivors think and experience when engaging in a telehealth-based service in Australia. This research will provide a better understanding of the role telehealth plays in the care of stroke survivors across the stroke continuum. The findings from this research will be useful for StrokeLine to understand how their services are meeting callers’ needs and may identify gaps in the continuity of care of stroke
survivors in Australia.

You may be eligible to participate in this study if you are 18 years or older, have contacted StrokeLine in the past 3 months, can communicate in English, have the capability for video-conferencing, and are able to give verbal consent.

If you are eligible to participate in the study, you will be invited to attend a 30-40 interview using the video-conferencing platform Zoom.

To thank you for participating, we will also be providing a $30 gift card to all participants who are interviewed.

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If you are interested in participating or would like to find out more, please get in contact with Muneeba Chaudhry on 0421 998 023 or muneeba.t.chaudhry@student.uts.edu.au.