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Knowledge, comfort, approaches, attitudes and practices of rehabilitation professionals in addressing sexuality in stroke survivors

The study is investigating the current knowledge, comfort, approaches and attitudes of rehabilitation professionals towards supporting stroke survivors with their sexuality concerns. This is being conducted as research indicates that stroke survivors would appreciate support from health professionals with their post-stroke sexuality, and that many health professionals find this to be a challenging area of practice. The findings may be used to inform the development of resources and training programs for health professionals.

It is being administered via an online survey which is expected to take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete.

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Funded by:

University of Sydney

Location:

Online Survey

Recruitment Criterea:

The Researchers are looking to recruit physicians, nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, psychologists, social workers and rehabilitation counsellors who

  • have worked in non-acute stroke care for at least 6 months;
  • have had at least a percentage of his/ her caseload in stroke care;
  • are fluent in written English; and
  • have worked (in a paid or voluntary capacity) in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Canada, South Africa or the United States of America

Recruitment Contact:

Recruitment End Date:

17/05/2019