Volunteer for Research

If you think you have a sleep disorder please contact the institutions listed to express your interest in volunteering for a research study.

The effects of noise disruption on sleep disturbance

  • What is the research question?

This study will be the first direct investigation of real-world wind farm noise compared to traffic noise effects using gold-standard assessments of sleep (i.e., polysomnography that measures brainwaves and other physiological factors to determine sleep/wake)

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Insomnia and Anxiety study

The Clinical Research Unit for Anxiety and Depression (CRUfAD) at UNSW at St Vincent's Hospital invites individuals who are currently experiencing difficulties with both anxiety and insomnia to help evaluate the effectiveness of two of our internet-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

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Adult volunteers for Newcastle research study

Do you always feel tired or sleepy?

If YES, you may quality for a research study.

The Adult Sleep Laboratory in Newcastle is looking for volunteers for a research study investigating the effectiveness of alternative therapies on sleep and daytime alertness in adults aged 18 years or older with a

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Lower back pain Study seeking participants (SleepBack)

Do you have back pain? Many people with sleep symptoms unfortunately do, and having both seems to make things worse.

We at the University of Sydney are looking for participants in our study. We offer free online treatment for sleep, and we

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Sleep Companion Decision Tree Validation Project

Are you getting a good Night’s sleep?

Regular good sleep is important to look, feel and perform at your best, but around 50% of the population has trouble getting regular good sleep.

Project aim

This project is testing a new on-line sleep questionnaire to examine how well it identifies common

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Environmental Noise Study

Simultaneous sleep and acoustic measurements in the natural home setting

This study will be the first direct investigation of real-world wind farms compared to traffic noise effects on gold-standard polysomnography assessments of sleep. The aim is to assess self-reported (subjective) and direct

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Parent-Child Sleep Study

Do you and your child have difficulty sleeping?

Parents often end up losing hours of sleep because of their child’s sleep problems. If you are a parent experiencing something similar, then this Parent-Child Sleep Study is for you!
Researchers at RMIT University are recruiting parents for a study

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Investigation into later bedtimes for individuals with sleep concerns

Our study aims to investigate the impact delaying bedtimes has on people with sleep concerns. We are interested in understanding whether alternate bedtime schedules have associated changes in thoughts about sleep, changes in daytime functioning and additionally whether there are flow-on effects on

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Does your teenager have a sleep problem?

  • have trouble falling asleep?
  • not fall asleep until late at night?
  • have trouble waking up or getting out of bed in the morning?
  • miss school or feel fatigued throughout the school day?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, your teenager could benefit from treatment at the Child &

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Researching Effective Sleep Treatments (REST)

Insomnia is very common and is associated with significant personal and economic impairment. This study aims to improve behavioural treatments for insomnia.

We are seeking adults who experience insomnia and their partners to take part in this study. Participants and their partners will

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Does your child have a sleep problem?

Evaluating child sleep health treatments.

Does your child have a sleep problem?

  • refuse to go to bed at night
  • have trouble falling asleep
  • wake up and cannot get back to sleep
  • have trouble waking up or getting out of bed in the morning
  • often sleep in their parents' bed or bedroom or need a

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