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Co-designing a multicultural digital stroke education program

Researchers at the University of Wollongong are conducting a research project called "Diverse Hearts – Co-designing a culturally tailored, evidence-based, digital education program to reduce stroke risk factors and promote mental well-being for people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities."

As part of this project, they are looking to speak to:

  • Health professionals (cardiologist, stroke neurologists, geriatricians, general practitioners, nurses, and allied health professionals) with experience caring for people from multicultural communities.
  • People who work for non-government organisations such as the Stroke Foundation or Heart Foundation.

Participation in this project will involve:

  • A one-on-one semi-structured interview via Zoom that will run for approximately 90-minutes.
  • Review and feedback on at least 2 modules remotely and at their own time, which should take no more than 2 weeks to complete.

To find out more, please contact:

Sabine Allida
Research Fellow

02 8763 6015


Participant information sheet - English (DOCX 378 KB)
Participant information sheet - Arabic (DOCX 199 KB)
Participant information sheet - Dari (DOCX 300 KB)
Participant information sheet - Mandarin (DOCX 193 KB)
Participant information sheet - Vietnamese (DOCX 306 KB)

Participant information sheet - health professional & stakeholders (DOCX 380 KB)