Looking for participants: Have you recently experienced neck or back pain following a road traffic crash?

Our colleagues at RECOVER Injury Research Centre from the University of Queensland would like your input for a research study about people’s experiences of using medicines after a road traffic crash. 
Participate by telephone from home!


To explore people’s experiences of medicine use for a neck or lower back soft tissue injury incurred following a road traffic crash.

Type of volunteers needed:

  • Over 18 years old
  • Experienced neck or back pain as a result of a road traffic crash within the past 12 weeks
  • Visited a GP OR attended an Emergency Department, but not admitted
  • Used a prescription or over-the-counter medicine for this neck or back injury, and
  • Fluent in English

Individuals are not eligible to participate if another, more serious, injury such as a broken bone was experienced in the road traffic crash; or if you have had neck or back pain for longer than three months.

For more information and to participate in this study, please visit their website. 

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