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Research Opportunity - Australian Clinicians' experience with bacterial skin infections

Research title: Australian Clinicians' experience with bacterial skin infections

Research organisation: Faculty of Health, University of Canberra, ACT

Description: Bacterial skin infections, especially impetigo, are rising concerns in Australia, with one in four Australians affected. The Faculty of Health at the University of Canberra is delving into treatment strategies, revealing gaps in effective treatments. Our recent survey highlighted family challenges, including school exclusions and treatment dissatisfaction. Yet, the perspective of healthcare professionals remains uncharted. We're initiating discussions and interviews to understand clinicians' experiences and strategies.

Research tool(s): We invite General Practitioners, Nurse Practitioners, and Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioners to participate in the following online survey - https://uoc.syd1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eK7E5feeWUMffsq Also, please register your email address for an interview or a focused group discussion here

Closing date: 26.01.2024

Contact details: Dhakshila Niyangoda, PhD student, Faculty of Health, University of Canberra, ACT 2617 ( dhakshila.niyangoda@canberra.edu.au , 0493 097 004 )

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