A survey exploring Therapists' beliefs and experiences of the use of Elastic Therapeutic Taping in a Paediatric Population

A Survey to explore therapists' beliefs and experiences of the use of Elastic Therapeutic Taping in a Paediatric Population.

I am a paediatric physiotherapist doing a PhD at the University of Plymouth. The aims of this survey are to explore therapist’s opinions on processes, underlying clinical effect and believed mechanisms of action of Elastic Therapeutic Taping (ETT) and also to assess if people’s level of experience effects views on ETT.

Members of the Association of Peadiatric Chartered Physiotherapists and the Royal College of Occupational Therapy's Specialist Section - Children, Young People and Families, are invited to participate by completing an online anonymous survey.  The survey will take approximately 25 minutes to complete and can be completed on any device that has internet access. The responses you give will be totally anonymous and access to the responses will only be retrieved by the researcher.

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Completing of the survey will be taken as consent.



Further information and contact details:  

Information gained from this survey will be disseminated through the University of Plymouth website (https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/schools/school-of-health-professions/ett4cp).

Where personal data is given, this will be separated from the rest of the survey and only used for the purposes outlined in the questionnaire. This information will be stored securely as outlined on the information sheet (LINK). The survey results will be anonymised.

Thank you very much for taking the time to read this information. If you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact me on the email address below.

Samantha Payne - School of Health Professions
Address: samantha.payne@plymouth.ac.uk

The research project has been approved and inspected by the ethics committee within the University of Plymouth. If you have any comments or complaints please contact Professor J Marsden, School of Health Professions, Faculty of Health, Derriford Road PL68BH. Tel 01752 587590, jonathan.marsden@plymouth.ac.uk).



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