Have your say Tell researchers your experiences in communicating with healthcare practitioners
Fri 07, Dec 2018
Deadline: Monday, 31 December 2018
Who: School of Psychology and Counselling, Faculty of Health, Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
How do you feel about talking to healthcare practitioners such as doctors and dentists?
QUT researchers want to understand how you feel about communicating with healthcare practitioners. If you’re 18 years or older you can volunteer to participate in an anonymous online survey that takes about 20 minutes.
The purpose of this research is to explore how people feel about their communication experiences within primary healthcare services, including medical and dental services, pathology testing, x-rays, and other allied healthcare therapies. The researchers would like to understand how people feel about communicating with healthcare practitioners when they attend these services as patients.
The research does not include communication within psychological or mental health services.
The research team is looking for Australian resident adults (18 years and older) who have experience interacting with healthcare practitioners, such as within consultations with general practitioners (GPs), dentists, physiotherapists, and pathology service staff, etc.
Participants will be offered the opportunity to enter a separate random draw prize for one of four $50 Coles/Myer gift cards.