The Car Free Me team have developed a new variant of the program specifically for people affected by traumatic injury, and their families.  The program follows the same evidence-based effective methodology as the original Car Free Me program and an evaluation of its effectiveness is being conducted by Flinders University.

 

Research Volunteers Needed

Our friends at Flinders University School of Health Sciences are inviting research volunteers to participate in a project designed to support people with complex trauma injuries and their families to maximise participation through community mobility.

The research project will evaluate the effects the Car Free Me Program has for participants and carers in accessing the community, quality of life, and how satisfied they are with transport use.

Please note that contacting the researchers at Flinders University for more information does not mean that you are obligated to volunteer for the trial. You are welcome to discuss this with family, friends and your GP, and to call us if you have any questions.

 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Amy Nussio: 0431 500 895 (Mon – Fri)

This research project has been reviewed by the Southern Adelaide Clinical Human Research Ethics Committee.

 

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