The acceptability of brain stimulation: a discrete choice experiment

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Non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) is a treatment where electric or magnetic current is applied to the surface of the head to stimulate the brain. This therapy has potential to assist people who have experienced stroke.

While brain stimulation is not currently used in a clinical setting, it is the subject of much research and experimental work. The purpose of this study is to gain perspective of brain stimulation therapy from people who have experienced stroke.

This is an online survey which can be accessed directly via this link: https://survey.unisa.edu.au/index.php/411719

Contact:

Interested participants can contact the chief investigator for further information or a hard copy survey.

Email: brenton.hordacre@unisa.edu.au
Phone: 08 8302 1286

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