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Participate in open research opportunities

If you are looking for opportunities to make a difference to understanding brain injury and improving care by being involved in research, you are in the right place!

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In this page you will see a list of open opportunities for being involved. You can find out about each project, who is running it, what researchers are asking participants to do, and who you can contact.

Unless stated otherwise, all projects are run by researchers independent from Brainkind.

If you have any questions about a project, or wish to volunteer to take part, please contact the researchers directly, for the project you are interested in.

If there are no suitable opportunities at the time of your visit to this page, please feel free to get in touch with us with any questions or feedback.

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  • Wellbeing in patients with acquired brain injury: A survey study

    Who are the researchers?

    This project is being led by Mauro Cavarra from the University of Maastricht in The Netherlands.

    Who can take part?

    Anyone who suffered or is suffering from acquired brain injury is invited to participate in the study.

    What will participants be asked to do?

    To fill out an online questionnaire that should take about 15 to 20 minutes to complete. The questionnaire can be completed on a computer or a mobile device.

    Who to contact?

    Mauro Cavarra: fpn-pim_p141@maastrichtuniversity.nl

    Project resources

    Online questionnaire

  • Social consequences after brain injuries

    Who are the researchers?

    This project is being led by Ammaarah Siddique, doctoral student from the University of Bolton, UK.

    Who can take part?

    Anyone who:

    • Is over the age of 18
    • Had a brain injury (not including childhood brain injury)
    • Has social difficulties after brain injury

     

    What will participants be asked to do?

    To take part in an online interview which will last about 45 minutes.

    Who to contact?

    Ammaarah Siddique: AS7EPS@bolton.ac.uk

    Project resources

    Information leaflet

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