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Supporting Young Stroke Survivors Through Engaging Messaging (SYSSTEM)

Researchers from the University of Tasmania are studying how technology can support participation and quality of life for young stroke survivors while reducing the development of secondary chronic diseases. Participants will receive a gift card to the value of $50 (AUD)!

Who can take part in the study?

The team is looking for:

  • young stroke survivors (18–30 years) in Australia who had a stroke when they were < 25 years
  • caregivers of these young stroke survivors
  • health care professionals with at least 12 months of experience working with young stroke survivors

This project will contribute to new knowledge about how technology may support young stroke survivors.

Participation will involve one-on-one interviews or focus groups depending on preference and will take 30–90 minutes via zoom or telephone.

All interaction with participants will be either via phone or videoconferencing. There will be no face-to-face contact with the research team.

For more information and to register your interest in this research study, contact:

Dinah Amoah Phone: 03 6324 5441 | Email:

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