Ankle Research Group-SHRS

 
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PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO READ THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION CAREFULLY 

PURPOSE OF STUDY
You are invited to participate in a study to help us understand the problems experienced by people with ankle problems. 

INVOLVEMENT AND RISKS
Your participation involves completing a questionnaire to collect information your ankle and how it affects you.  The questionnaire will take approximately 20-30 minutes to complete.  There is no foreseeable risk or discomfort associated with answering the questions herein.  You have the opportunity to withdraw from completing the survey at any time, should you wish to do so, without penalty.  This is a research project and not a treatment program so there may not be any direct benefit to you, but the findings will help us to better understand of impairments and functional consequences of ankle problems.  

GENERAL INFORMATION
Your privacy while participating in this study will be maintained at all times with all files stored securely.  Publications resulting from this study will not allow identification of any individual.  This study adheres to the Guidelines of the ethical review process of The University of Queensland and the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research.  Whilst you are free to discuss your participation in this study with project staff (contactable on m.smith5@uq.edu.au or 07 3365 4660), if you would like to speak to an officer of the University not involved in the study, you may contact the Ethics Coordinator on 3365 3924.

A summary of the overall study outcomes will be available at the completion of the research project.  Should you have any questions regarding the nature of the research, please feel free to contact Dr Michelle Smith (m.smith5@uq.edu.au or 3365 4660), who will be happy to provide you with more information

INVESTIGATORS

Ms Munira Al Mahrouqi
Dr Michelle Smith
Dr David MacDonald
Professor Bill Vicenzino

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