Who is conducting the research:

Dr Dianne Shanley Dr Erinn Hawkins Dr Natasha Reid Dr Wei Liu
Department of Applied Psychology Department of Applied Psychology Child Health Research Centre Department of Applied Psychology
Griffith University Griffith University University of Queensland Griffith University
Ph: 07 5678 8132 Ph: 07 5678 0272 Ph: 07 5552 8580 Ph: 07 5678 0367
d.shanley@griffith.edu.au e.hawkins@griffith.edu.au n.reid1@uq.edu.au wei.liu@griffith.edu.au

Why the research is being conducted: This research aims to explore the impact of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) training and professional development on the current practice of Australian and New Zealand health practitioners.

What you will be asked to do: Participation is voluntary. If you wish to participate, you are asked to complete an online survey. Completion of the survey will take approximately 15 minutes. No information that would enable individuals to be identified will be collected. If you wish to be contacted in the future regarding research into FASD assessment and diagnosis, we would like to invite you to provide your contact details via a separate link. This is optional, and your contact information will not be linked to your survey responses.

The expected benefits of the research: Secure a better understanding of Australian and New Zealand health practitioners FASD assessment practices and needs.

Risks to you: We believe there are no risks related to participating in this study.

Your confidentiality: All survey data will be anonymous. Where No identifying information will be is collected, this will remain independent of survey responses. All the collected data will be stored in password protected files. Only the research team can access the collected data and conduct further analysis.

Your participation is voluntary: Your participation in this research is completely voluntary. If you change your mind after commencing the survey, you will be free to withdraw from the study at any time without comment or penalty.

Questions/Further information: If you have any questions or require further information about this project, please contact the Project Coordinator Wei at wei.liu@griffith.edu.au.

The ethical conduct of this research: Griffith University conducts research in accordance with the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research. If you have any concerns or complaints about the ethical conduct of the project, please contact the Manager, Research Ethics on 3735 4375 (or research-ethics@griffith.edu.au).

Feedback to you: A short summary of the findings of the research will be available to all participants. You may opt to receive an emailed copy of summarised findings by emailing wei.liu@griffith.edu.au.

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