Get involved in research projects
Survivors of stroke, families, carers and the community are central to stroke research. You can:
- help direct research as part of the project team
- share your views and experience
- test new treatments to find out what works,
Getting involved in research may sometimes also allow you to access emerging therapy you wouldn’t otherwise be able to get. Involvement may also be part of your stroke recovery plan.
Stroke Foundation has an e-learning module to help you work well with stroke researchers.
Browse the list below to find projects relevant to you, in your area or online.
New South Wales/Australian Capital Territory
Please note the following disclaimer applies to all research projects listed on this page:
The Stroke Foundation recognises the value of all levels of research and the welfare and experiences of those affected. The Stroke Foundation is not responsible for, and does not endorse, any research project, opportunity, or other type of project listed. Reasonable attempts have been made to ensure projects listed have appropriate approval from a recognised body. Participants are responsible for satisfying themselves that appropriate approval procedures have been met before taking part. Participants are advised to read the participant information sheet that the researcher will provide to you. If you do agree to participate and/or you have any concerns regarding the project, these should be directed to the researcher or other contacts on the participant information sheet.