Health researchers at Curtin University want to hear from you to ensure the work they do meets your needs and the needs of your community. By having a say in health research, you can help to ensure the right research is done and make a difference.
Explore out latest involvement opportunities
Supporting university students at risk of suicide
Researchers at Curtin are seeking the help of a consumer to inform the rollout of a program to identify and support university students at elevated suicide risk. This consumer will sit as a member of the Advisory Board for this project.Learn more
Managing Emotion – Student Representative
Are you a student at Curtin University? Are you interested in joining a mental health research project? A research team at Curtin are looking for a student representative to help them with an online program called ‘Managing Emotion’ that is designed to help the mental wellbeing of university students.Learn more
Post-immunisation pain management in children
Researcher at Curtin are looking for mothers who have recently had a baby or who have a child under 2 years of age, the help them with a project looking to manage pain after immunisation in children who cannot talk.Learn more
Ageing Community Advisory Group
Are you an older person or do you care for an older person? Are you interested in research that aims to help people as they age? The Dementia and Ageing Domain at Curtin’s enAble Institute are forming an Ageing Community Advisory Group and they need your help!Learn more
Help name a Domain at Curtin’s enAble Institute!
Curtin’s enAble Institute is organised into four research domains, one of which is focused on Neurodiversity, Maternal and Child Health. The Domain needs a name and image to reflect its research, and are seeking the opinions of consumers and community members.Learn more
Mental Health Youth Advisory Group
Researchers at Curtin are developing a new intervention to help young people with mental health difficulties. They are seeking 8-10 young people (under 25) to help them with the project.Learn more
Airline accessibility for people with disabilities
Researchers at Curtin are interested in understanding the issues that the disability-community face when using airline websites and booking travel. They are looking for 5 – 6 individuals whose perspective is crucial to understanding the deeper issues that currently exist within airline accessibility for people with disabilities.Learn more