🕵️ Research Room
Unlock Unrivalled Insights! Your Destination for Meaningful and Measurable Research Outcomes
“Looking for a new way to reach more people with lived experience in your research?”
The genyus Research Room is a hub where researchers can connect with our vibrant community to gather insights and perspectives on various topics. We’re all about mutual benefit, fostering an environment where both researchers and community members thrive.
Join our Research Room and be part of a collaborative journey that contributes to knowledge, understanding, and positive change within our community!
Rules for Researchers wanting to promote an opportunity:
- Alignment: Your research should align with our community values: Empowerment, Generosity, Openness, Trust.
- Relevance: Ensure your research topic is meaningful and relevant to our members’ experiences and interests.
- Approval: All research activities and requests to promote must be authorised by our team to ensure suitability.
- Respect: Engage with respect. Your approach should encourage thoughtful & constructive discussions.
Latest Research Opportunities
Are you a young stroke survivor eager to make a positive change in the community? This is your chance to be part of groundbreaking research!
If you’re under 55, and had a stroke in the past 10 years, and live in Australia – you can help shape new services for young stroke survivors by participating in our survey.
Researchers from The Florey Institute are recruiting younger stroke survivors to participate in a research study about finding a silver lining after stroke.
A new physiotherapy program designed to improve mobility after stroke.
We’re establishing a group of paid Lived Experience Consultants to help get this massive project right.
Summer Foundation asked us to help get a PPE survey to you – AND THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED…
to protect people with
Acquired Brain Injury
from cyber scams.
Find out from the horses mouth – how you can make your work more impactful and meaningful through sensitive engagement with people who have lived experience.
If you’re a stroke survivor, supporter or loved one – the Hunter Medical Research Institute want to hear from you…
If you’re a stroke survivor, the University of British Columbia needs you…
The Florey Institute wants to know what impacts you most as a Young Stroke Survivor!