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Exploring the Perspectives of Key Stakeholders in Return to Work after a Road Traffic Crash


Before we can get you started,

This survey is being conducted by researchers at The University of Queensland and forms part of the PhD research for Zohre Abedi with the support of her advisory team A/Prof Venerina Johnston and Dr. Elise Gane.

The purpose of this study is to explore the perspectives of key stakeholders of the barriers and facilitators for return to work after a road traffic crash. If you have at least one year experience in assisting people with crash-related injuries, you are eligible to participate in this survey. The information provided will be used to tailor resources to improve return to work outcomes.

Please click the Participants' Information Sheet.pdf to read about the background to the study, what is involved, and how your data will be managed.
The survey should take no more than 10 minutes and can be completed anonymously. You may choose to go into the draw to win a $100 Coles gift voucher by entering your contact details on the last page of the survey. Your contact details will not be used for any other purposes or forwarded to any third parties.

It is important that you read each question carefully and answer them as best as you can. There are no right or wrong answers. You can exit the survey at any time by clicking the "save and exit" button at the bottom of the page and return to complete it on another occasion.

Any questions regarding this project can be directed to Zohre Abedi at

By consenting to participate in this research project, you acknowledge the following:

• I have been given clear information about the study, and understand what is required of me.
• I freely agree to participate in this research project according to the conditions in the Participant Information Sheet.
• I am 18 years of age or over.
• I understand that my involvement in this study may not be of any direct benefit to me.
• I have been told that no information regarding my employment or managerial practices will be divulged to unauthorized third parties and the results of any data involving me will not be published so as to reveal my identity.
• I understand that I am free to withdraw from the study at any stage without providing a reason to do so.
*If you decide to withdraw from the study at any time all information collected about you (please choose one option):

*I agree to participate, acknowledge the above, and approve of the research team using my responses and data provided in this survey.