What is the purpose of this study?
This study aims to explore healthcare provider knowledge and experiences in enriched environment for individuals after an acquired brain injury. A focus of this research project is to understand knowledge generation and application in professional practice to inform future research, enhance practice and healthcare intervention outcomes.
Why have I been invited to participate in this study?
You are invited to participate if you are a qualified allied healthcare professional aged between 18 and 65 years and with at least one-year of work experience in your healthcare field.
Qualified allied health professionals include Occupational Therapists, Diversional Therapists, Counsellors, Social Workers, Nurses, Speech Pathologists, Psychologists, Physiotherapists and Exercise Physiologists who have completed a health professional qualification in Australia and/or qualify for Australian registration.
What does this study involve?
If you agree to participate in this research project you are invited to complete this online survey which includes some scale-based questions and four written responses related to your knowledge and experiences of enriched environments. It is anticipated that the survey will require between 20 to 45 minutes to complete. No identifiable data will be requested, and non-identifiable data will be shared through the Charles Sturt University Research Outputs Repository and Research Data Australia. The repository is a digital storage platform for archiving de-identified research data and sharing it with other researchers.
Participation in this research project is optional.