Research study: Gender Inequity and the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

Research study: Gender Inequity and the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
Posted on Thu 5 May 2022

The study is looking for participants who:

  • Are women with disability, including mental ill health;
  • Are over the age of 18 years old; and
  • Have applied, or have considered applying, for the NDIS.

Participants will be asked to complete: 

One interview that will take between 60-90 minutes. The participant can choose to take breaks, which may lengthen the interview time to 120 minutes. The participant can choose whether they participate in the interview via telephone, video call or in person.

Closing date for recruitment: July 4th 2022

To thank the individuals for participating they will be provided with a $50 Mastercard Gift Card.

Click here for a full description of all research activities, including any risks, harms or discomforts that you may experience while participating in this research.

Click here for an easy read Participant Information Statement and Consent Form.

To register your interest in taking part in the research, please contact:
Name: Molly Saunders
Position: Student Investigator, PhD Candidate
Telephone: 0421 285 591

If you have questions about the research and would like to talk to the Chief Investigator, please contact:
Name: Natasha Cortis
Position: Associate Professor
Telephone: +61 2 9385 7833

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