Researchers from the College of Health and Medicine at the Australian National University are conducting research examining people with chronic illnesses’ experiences of managing the costs of health care and medicines.
Understanding the impact of these costs on the day-to-day lives of people with chronic illness will provide important new knowledge, and an opportunity to improve the equity of health and healthcare financing in Australia.
If you are interested to take part in this research or would like to learn more about what is involved, please follow this link, where you can read more about the study and complete some questions that will explore your eligibility to participate.
For more information:
- Register online
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