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Food Choices after Stroke Survey

The team Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) are looking for participants in their latest research study, looking at how Stroke has changed the way that you eat.


Eating well after Stroke will lower your risk of having another Stroke. To assist in creating programs that support Stroke survivors to eat well, HMRI researchers would like to find out more about how eating has changed for you since your Stroke.


They are looking for Stroke survivors to share their experiences by completing two online surveys:

  1. A Food Choices Survey – with questions about how you shop, prepare and eat foods and if that has changed since your Stroke. This will take about 15 minutes.
  2. The Australian Eating Survey – with questions about the types and amounts of foods you usually eat. This will take around 30-40 minutes.

If you are interested in participating in this research, go to https://redcap.link/foodchoicesafterstroke.com or contact the Stroke Research Register Hunter for more information(02) 4042 0093 or [email protected]

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