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January 30, 2023 | Digest No. 332
Wearable Sensor Reliability Study - Participant Recruitment
We are looking for healthy participants aged 19 and older who are free of lower-extremity musculoskeletal injuries in the past 3 months to participate in a research study.
The goal of this study is to investigate the reliability of newly developed wearable sensors. In this study, you will be asked to complete several walking, running, and jumping trials to help us test some new wearable devices. Participation will require you to attend a baseline (testing-1), 1-week (testing-2) and 3-month session (tesing-3). The final decision about participation is yours and you can withdraw at any time.
Each session will take no longer than 2 hours.
If you are interested in participating, you can contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Supine-to-stand versus Supine-to-Lower Body Negative Pressure (LBNP), Cardiovascular/Musculoskeletal Baroreflex Responses (#30001262)
We are looking for healthy, able-bodied participants aged 19-35 years to come to the Aerospace Physiology Laboratory (APL) to undergo supine-to-stand and supine-to-lower body negative pressure (LBNP) testing protocols.
Your participation in this study will involve…
- 1 lab visit (no longer than 1 hour) at SFU’s APL where you will be lying on your back and standing on a force platform.
- 1 lab visit (no longer than 1 hour) at SFU’s APL where you will be lying on your back inside a LBNP chamber from below the hips.
Both visits will be measuring heart rate, blood pressure, and muscle activity.
Your contribution helps us improve our understanding if LBNP accurately mimics heart and muscle responses that are seen with quiet standing after laying down.
For more information, please contact APL via email or telephone:
Fraser Health Crisis Line Volunteer Opportunity
Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity? Why not start now!
The Fraser Health Crisis Line is recruiting volunteers to provide assistance to people in the region who are experiencing emotional distress. No previous experience is needed as extensive training and ongoing support is provided. If you are interested in learning more about this challenging and rewarding opportunity,the first step is to review the information on our website and then attend a Zoom Information Session. Please go to www.options.bc.ca and click on Get Involved -> I Want to Volunteer -> Crisis Line. Here you will find the dates and Zoom links for the up-coming sessions.
Many volunteers report that their Crisis Line experience was significant in helping them reach their educational and/or career goals, including acceptance into Graduate Programs, Policing, Medical School, E-Comm 911, Social Work, Mental Health and related fields. Volunteers also tell us that they find the Crisis Line to be a rewarding and fulfilling experience, as they are truly making a difference.
Medical Xpress - Jan 18, 2023
Miriam Rosin, BPK professor emeritus is mentioned.
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