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Are you or have you been an Aussie expat living in LOS?

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Are you or have you been an Aussie expat living in LOS?

Post Posted: Sun Aug 11, 2013 3:25 pm

Hello,

Are you an Australian expatriate or long term traveller to South-East Asia?
If so, the NEXUS study would like to hear from you.

NEXUS is a study into the relationships and social networks that exist amongst Australian expatriates and long term travellers within South-East Asia (particularly Thailand) to determine points for intervention for programs that seek to reduce the impact of behaviour that may result in health harms.

By participating in this study you will be helping to inform ways to improve the health and well-being of expatriates and long term travellers.

We are seeking volunteers to participate who:
• are male
• 18 years or older
• are, or have been Australian expatriates or long term travellers

If you meet these criteria, we would like to interview you to find out more about your relationships with and knowledge about other Australians living and travelling in South-East Asia.

This study is undertaken through the Western Australian Centre for Health Promotion Research,
Curtin University of Technology, Western Australia.

To be part of this study or for more information, please contact the Rochelle Tobin rochelle.tobin @ curtin.edu.au or Gemma Crawford g.crawford @ curtin.edu.au.

This study has been approved by the Curtin University Human Research Ethics Committee (Approval Number: SPH-13-2012). Verification of approval can be obtained either by telephoning +61 8 9266 9223 or by emailing hrec @ curtin.edu.au.

 

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