Exploring the accessibility of written information from health professionals
Will you join my study about allied health reports?
Posted On October 5, 2020
I am a PhD candidate at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). I am currently recruiting participants for a study about allied health reports written for and about people with communication disability.
I want to know:
What do people with communication disability think about written allied health reports?
How accessible are allied health reports?
When written information is accessible it means that it is easier to read and understand. Findings from this research will be used to improve the information accessibility of allied health reports written for and about people with communication disability.
NOTE: This study has been approved by the University of Technology Sydney Human Research Ethics Committee (UTS HREC ETH18-2838). If you have any concerns or complaints about any aspect of the conduct of this research, please contact the Ethics Secretariat on ph.: 02 9514 2478 or email: Research.Ethics@uts.edu.au, and quote the UTS HREC reference number ETH18-2838. Any matter raised will be treated confidentially, investigated and you will be informed of the outcome.
I’m a speech language pathologist with over 15 years experience working with people with lifelong disability. I now work and study at The University of Technology Sydney.
You can often find me on Twitter sharing and learning with the handle @SP_Harmony.