Research participants needed: join the Communication and Aphasia Research Registry
Become part of the Communication and Aphasia Research Registry which enables researchers to offer participants the opportunity to take part in research studies or to hear about the results of ongoing research studies.
Research Participants Needed: Factors that may Predict Growth after Experiencing a Stroke
A research team at the University of Hull would like to talk to people who have experienced a stroke between the last 6 months and 2 years ago about their experiences of growth since experiencing a stroke.
Research Participants Needed: Testing an online tool to assess sleep after stroke
Researchers at the Universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh are looking for stroke survivors to take part in an online questionnaire to test a tool for diagnosing insomnia (issues with sleep) in people who have had a stroke.
Research Participants Needed: An intensive upper-limb rehabilitation system (NeuroVirt) intervention for stroke survivors
Researchers at University of East Anglia are looking for participants to help test a new Virtual Reality device that has been developed for people after stroke to help arm movement. The device, NeuroVirt, uses virtual reality games to motivate stroke survivors to do exercises.
Research Participants Needed: Claiming Benefits with a Brain Injury/Neurological Condition
I am Anthony Schaller, a Trainee Clinical Psychologist at Canterbury Christ Church University looking at the experiences of people with neurological conditions/ brain injury when claiming benefits in the UK.
Research Participants Needed: Psychosocial and cognitive predictors of long-term outcome of stroke survivors and their carers (In-person, Cambridge Opportunity)
A group of researchers at Anglia Ruskin University are looking for people with aphasia to share their experience in small informal discussions. They want to learn more about language problems in people who had a stroke and suffer from aphasia.
Research Participants Needed: Smart wearable device (gaitQ) that helps people with long-term conditions affecting movement walk better
Researchers at the University of Exeter are looking for stroke survivors to help test a device to help people with mobility issues. Participants will fill out questionnaires, and complete walking and balancing tasks with and without the gaitQ device.
Research Participants Needed: Male experiences as a family member of a person in a prolonged disorder of consciousness.
A researcher at Staffordshire University is seeking male family members/close friends of individuals who have experienced a Prolonged Disorder of Consciousness (PDoC) in the UK, aiming to gain a deeper understanding of this experience and enhance the support available.