HEALTHY MALES AND FEMALES WANTED FOR SLEEP STUDY

Interested to participate in a study investigating the effect of fatigue on driving performance?


Seeking Participants

HEALTHY MALES AND FEMALES WANTED to participate in a study investigating the effect of fatigue on driving performance.

Participants must be aged 21 to 81 years, have held a current driver's license for at least 3 years and have driven an average of 5000km or more per year.

To assess your suitability for this study you will be asked questions regarding your personal information (e.g. height and weight), health (e.g. medications) and lifestyle (e.g. driving habits).

Participation involves sleep monitoring your driving habits and eye blinks for 10 days. You will be asked to fill out a driving diary and wear special glasses when you drive. The glasses will not affect your ability to drive.

This study is being conducted in conjunction with Austin Health and the Institute for Breathing and Sleep.

This study has been approved by the Austin Health Human Research Ethics Committee HREC/48793/2019. Interested to find out more? Please contact or phone 0455 313 138.


Full Name

An evaluation of the relationship between sleepiness and driving performance in obstructive sleep apnoea - Healthy control comparison sub study

Primary Investigator

Jennifer Cori

Stream

Sleep > Obstructive Sleep Apnoea

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