Nikita Perro’s SUDI project

Nikita Perro’s DeLorean Project is on Safe Sleeping for Babies: Awareness of Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI) survey. Nikita has been working closely with her University of the Sunshine Coast mentor and has just been given approval by the Ethics Board to go ahead with the survey. Here are the details:

Glasshouse Christian College would like to invite people aged 14 years and older to participate in DeLorean Study

The DeLorean Project provides Year 10 students with the opportunity to engage in authentic, student-directed learning, in order to develop their capacity to work collaboratively, think innovatively and genuinely contribute to the world.

This year, as part of our University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) DeLorean Project, in which five of our Year 10 students have the opportunity to work on a research project mentored by a PhD Candidate, people aged 14 years and older are invited to participate in an exciting study.

Nikita Perro is undertaking a study with the aim of gaining an understanding of the community awareness of Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI), including Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and fatal sleeping accidents. The results of Nikita’s study results may be used to guide and develop future community awareness campaigns.

I would like to invite all Glasshouse Christian College families to participate in an online survey.

It should take no longer than 5-7 minutes to complete the survey. All responses are completely confidential.

I greatly value the knowledge generated from our USC DeLorean projects and am very keen to include you in this research. To participate please click the link below.

https://survey.usc.edu.au/opinio/s?s=6754

 

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