Browse the list below to find projects relevant to you, in your area or online, and help advance stroke research in Australia.

How you can contribute depends on the project. It could be:

  • helping researchers figure out what questions to ask;
  • joining a working group to oversee a project;
  • sharing your views and experience in a survey; or
  • testing new treatments in a clinical trial to find out what works.

 

Sometimes, getting involved in research may allow you to access to emerging therapy you wouldn’t otherwise be able to get. Involvement may also be part of your stroke recovery plan.

 

Improving Care, research Translation, and treatment Usage in Stroke (ICTUS)

Person-first versus identity-first language: Informing client-centred care

Video for anxiety after stroke

ADaPT: Aphasia, Depression, and Psychological Treatment

Co-designing exercise program for non-ambulatory stroke survivors

Preventing Stroke Research Priorities Project

Antiplatelet Secondary Prevention International Randomised trial after INtracerebral haemorrhage (ASPIRING trial)

Advisory Group for a feasibility study of Nut supplementation to mitigate post-stroke cognitive decline (NUT-me)

RESET (Resuming Employment after Stroke - Enhancement through Telecoordination) Advisory Network

Food Choices after Stroke: A cross sectional analysis of the current diet and eating behaviour of stroke survivors

FoCCuS4HEART: Female Carers Co-produce Support 4 Heart and Emotional health to Address Risk facTors

Learnings from lockdown: experiences and perspectives from individuals with ABI and their carers in Australia during the COVID-19 pandemic

Co-design of a personalised physical activity intervention for stroke survivors View of individuals with slurring of speech (dysarthria) on speech-language therapy and future treatment directions

Evaluating Antidepressants for emotionaliSm after strokE – consumer/lived experience group

Evaluating attitudes of older adults to sexuality and the relevant supports they need

Perispinal Etanercept to improve Stroke Outcomes (PESTO) clinical trial

More than a meal: a constructivist grounded theory of mealtime quality of life and inclusion for people with a swallowing disability (research)

Stroke survivors’ perspectives: deciding whether to take medications that might increase physical recovery

Tele-PC Study

Support After Stroke using group-based classeS: The SASS Study

The Wellbeing Neuro Course: examining the efficacy of an online treatment program for adults with neurological disorders

Enhancing physical activity: exploring referral pathways between general practitioners and exercise physiologists

Technology use acceptability survey for a restorative brain-computer interface designed to improve hand motor functions after a stroke

Treatment for sleep disturbance and fatigue following acquired brain injury

Development of a sexuality intervention for stroke survivors and their partners

Falls after stroke trial

MIDAS 2: Modafinil In Debilitating Fatigue After Stroke 2

Network of sites and 'up-skilled' therapists to deliver best-practice stroke rehabilitation of the upper limb

Understanding the health and support needs of younger people with disabilities discharged from hospitals to residential aged care

A comparative open label study comparing the efficacy of structured physiotherapy vs non-structured physiotherapy in reducing post-stroke spasticity-related shoulder pain in patients treated with botulinum toxin A

Improving arm function after stroke using task-specific training

The impact of negative illness perceptions on engagement in community rehabilitation activities in the chronic stroke population

Can moderate levels of exercise improve brain function in people with stroke?

Evaluating a promising treatment for post-stroke depression

Can restorative brain-computer interfaces improve hand motor functions after a stroke?

PERsonalised Knowledge to reduce the risk of Stroke (PERKS-International)

Can a carer-supported exercise program, delivered in the home, improve exercise participation for people after stroke? Part 1, Acceptability

Hemispatial neglect, EEG correlates and the effect of blue wavelength light on spatial inattention

Improving wellbeing after acquired brain injury with a group program to enhance participation in valued activities

Pilot study of a group therapy program for individuals with emotion dysregulation after an acquired brain injury

Stroke survivors and carers' experiences of modified constraint-induced movement therapy in an early-supported discharge rehabilitation service

The relationship between thinking skills and daily functioning in adults with brain injuries