End User Engagement for the Web-based Interventions to Reduce Eating Disorders [WIRED] study

About this study

Researchers need young people aged 18-35 who have a lived experience of an eating disorder, and people who work with people with eating disorders , in Australia, to participate in a study that will inform the development of new apps for the early identification and intervention of eating disorders. Participants can complete a 20-minute survey, and then may choose to engage in an online interview or online workshop to test the apps.

Research TeamDr Zali Yager, Dr Alex Parker, Dr Sian McLean
InstitutionVictoria University; La Trobe University
Ethics Approval NumberHRE 20-010 through Victoria University
Funding SourceMedical Research Future Fund [MRFF] Million Minds Mission
Project Start DateJune 15, 2020
Project End DateSeptember 30, 2020
ParticipantsWe are inviting young people aged 18-35 who have a lived experience of an eating disorder, and people who work with people with eating disorders, who are in Australia to participate in this study.
Whats InvolvedParticipants complete a 20-minute anonymous online survey. They may choose to agree to participate in an online interview or workshop if they like. Participants will be offered gift vouchers to thank them for their time.
LocationOnline: Young people Survey link: https://vuau.qua
Contact Details

Dr Zali Yager, 0403011643, Zali.yager@vu.edu.au

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