Study Recruitment: Cycling through Health coaching, Adaption, Inclusion and supportive Networks (CHAIN)
University of Melbourne and Disability Sport & Recreation (DSR), alongside multi-sector collaborators are proud to launch the CHAIN online training program.
We are inviting Victorian based occupational therapists, physiotherapists, teachers (special education and mainstream health and physical education), cycling coaches (cycling and triathlon) and sports and recreation practitioners to participate in a study to test the initial feasibility and experience of using CHAIN.
CHAIN stands for Cycling through Health coaching, Adaption, Inclusion and supportive Networks. The program aims to support health, education and sports practitioners with the knowledge and skills to provide evidence-informed cycling interventions for children and young people with disability. CHAIN will include interactive case-studies, resources, videos, and links to further learning.
To find out more about CHAIN, check your eligibility and choose to become involved in the study, please click: https://redcap.link/chain.
If you would like to further information about this project please contact Dr Rachel Toovey (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mr John Carey (email: email@example.com).
We welcome you to share this post with other cycling enthusiasts who work or volunteer in the roles described above and may be interested in CHAIN.