[Survey] Use of constraint induced movement therapy (CIMT) in adult neurorehabilitation survey

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Use of constraint induced movement therapy (CIMT) in adult neurorehabilitation survey

Thank you for taking the time to complete this voluntary survey, which will will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.

Please read the Participant Information Sheet at the link below before you begin and print a copy for your records.

In this survey, you will tell us about your use of upper limb constraint induced movement therapy (CIMT) in adult neurorehabilitation. This information will help to improve our knowledge of how CIMT is being implemented in practice.

Submitting the completed survey is an indication of your consent to participate. Responses can be changed before submitting the survey. Once your survey has been submitted, responses cannot be withdrawn. We ask that you complete the survey as an individual rather than responding to it as a group. Please complete the survey only once.

How do I find out more about the project? 

Contact Lauren Christie, Masters by Research candidate, The University of Sydney, on +61 426 835 118 or at lchr6636@uni.sydney.edu.au.

The ethical aspects of this study have been approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) of The University of Sydney, protocol no: 2016/074.

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