Studies currently seeking participants
Do you have osteoarthritis at the base of your thumb?
Management of Thumb Osteoarthritis (MOTO) study
In this study, we want to test a study design where you are randomly assigned to either standard normal care (education, advice and general exercise) for your thumb base osteoarthritis, or normal standard care plus an additional non-drug, non-surgical treatment. If you are thinking of joining the study, you can read more here.
Diabetes community exercise programme (DCEP)
The Diabetes Community Exercise Programme (DCEP) is an inter-professional, coordinated, patient-centred, whānau-supported package of care specifically developed to target Māori and Pacific people and those living in low socioeconomic areas.
Seeking participants who have been diagnosed with type II diabetes and are aged 35 years. Participants should be based in Invercargill or surrounding districts.
For further information on the study and the research see otago.ac.nz/dcep
Does wearing a knee sleeve influence recovery following ACL reconstruction?
Men and women who have undergone an ACL reconstruction (at least 6 months, but less than 3 years previously) and are aged between 18 and 40 years can take part in this project. Further project and registration details.
An integrative Tai Chi (ANITA) programme for breast cancer patients undergoing cancer treatment
This study trial an integrative Tai Chi (ANITA) program (consisting of peer support, health education, and Tai Chi exercise) designed around the specific needs for breast cancer patients undergoing cancer treatment.
We are aiming to invite 24 adults, both men and women, have completed breast cancer surgery at least 4 weeks ago, and are waiting for, or currently undergoing, cancer treatment (e.g. chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and/or hormonal therapy).
For further information on the study and the research visit this dedicated information page.
Rheumatoid arthritis and pain study
This study will provide insights about the modifiable factors influencing central sensitization, and will lead to designing targeted interventions to minimize sensitization, thereby helping to facilitate treatment.
We are inviting adults (25-75 years) who are living with Rheumatoid arthritis and have chronic joint pain in at least one or more joints.
To register your interest in the study, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org