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Research recruitment

  • Information for families interested in study participation    

    PROJECT: COMPLEX COLORECTAL PSYCHOLOGICAL CARE SURVEY

    We are conducting a project to find out what children and their families need from their treating hospital to improve their emotional wellbeing. 

    What is the research project about? 

    The project involves a short online survey that takes about 20 minutes to complete.  

    The survey asks questions about what you think the areas are that a hospital colorectal psychologist can offer help in, for you and your child. 

    We would like to know as many different views as possible to inform our practice! 

    Who is eligible to participate? 

    You can participate if you have a child aged 0-18 years of age and has an anorectal malformation or Hirschsprung disease, or received a formal diagnosis of chronic constipation from a health professional at RCH. 

    Please click here to find out more information: CPRS Psychology Survey

    If you are interested in participating, please scan the relevant QR code below or click on the survey link.

    ARM/HD Survey

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    Survey Link: New Link

    Chronic Constipation Survey

    CC QR Code 

    Survey Link: New Link

    PROJECT: INTERVIEWS TO INFORM THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CARE OF CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES IN THE CPRS

    We are conducting a project to find out about the impact of your child's colorectal diagnosis. We are interested to hear about what you have felt the impact has been on you and your child's emotional wellbeing, and looking back, what you think could have helped to improve this.

    What is the research project about? 

    The project involves an interview that takes about 45-60 minutes to complete.  This can be completed by phone or face to face. 

    Who is eligible to participate? 

    You can participate if you have a child aged 0-18 years of age who has a complex colorectal condition (Anorectal Malformation or Hirschsprung disease).

    Please click here to find out more information: CPRS Psychology Interview

     

    Please contact the CPRS research team if you would like further information about the project Colorectal.Research@rch.org.au