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iSafe Research: Participants needed

February 05, 2015 at 10:22 AM

Auckland University of technology’s Interdisciplinary Trauma Research Centre is looking for women to take part in a study of users’ experience of isafe, an online intervention tool for those experiencing partner violence. 

At this stage of the study they are looking for advocates who would be willing to help to pilot test their method. Ideally advocates will use the website from the perspective of someone they may have worked with. Sessions take approximately 2 hours.

So far sessions have been one off but because it has been taking longer to complete the tool than expected users have been invited back a second time to complete the tool should they wish to. It is possible to conduct sessions in the community wherever there is a reliable wireless internet connection.

They are looking to recruit 4-6 more advocates for pilots in February and recruit 8 participants for the study in March.

See attached flyer for more information.

Advocates can contact linda.ritchie@aut.ac.nz for further information.

Linda Ritchie

Research Officer 

eHealth Usability 

School of Health Care Practice

Ph. 921 9999 ext. 6690

 



Category: Research