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Help advance transdisciplinary stroke assessment

External acceptability, appropriateness, and feasibility of implementing the Transdisciplinary Initial Neurological Screening Assessment (TINSA)

Clinical researchers at Mater Research Institute – University of Queensland want to understand your perspective on transdisciplinary stroke care.

Transdisciplinary refers to the sharing clinical skills, knowledge and tasks with other disciplines, allowing one professional to complete an episode of care on behalf of others.

The allied health team at the Mater Hospital Brisbane have started using a transdisciplinary stroke assessment and have found that staff now spend less time completing assessments, while patients receive earlier stroke assessment and rehabilitation. We want to find a way to share these benefits with other settings.

To do this, you are invited to partake in a 10-minute research survey. In the survey, you will be shown a copy of the transdisciplinary stroke assessment used at Mater Hospital Brisbane.

At the end of the survey, you will be invited to partake in an optional 60-minute focus group.

If this study might be of interest to you, you can access the survey at www.surveymonkey.com/r/transdisciplinary
or by emailing the principal investigator at aleysha.martin@mater.org.au

Contact:

For more information, contact the principal investigator Aleysha Martin on 07 3163 6000 or aleysha.martin@mater.org.au

Participant information sheet (DOCX 272 KB)