Understanding the experiences of people using adaptive driving equipment

Studies

Study Title: Understanding the experiences of people using adaptive driving equipment
Rationale: The purpose of this study is to describe the current driving patterns of people who use adaptive driving equipment. Also, this study hopes to identify what supports drivers used to learn how to drive and acquire their adaptive driving equipment. Lastly, this study will explore drivers’ experiences using their equipment.
Study Description: We are studying individual’s experience with their adaptive driving equipment. The participant will fill out a 10-15 minute survey. Participants have the option to complete the survey online or get a hard copy mail to them. The hard copy of the survey will contain a self-addressed returned envelope and will have to be returned through the Canada Post office.

This is the first Canadian opportunity for people who drive with adaptive driving equipment to share their experiences and we hope this information will improve driving rehabilitation services.

Access the online survey through this link: https://ubc.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eqUMm67RTqWIdng
Starting Date: 2022-01-21
Ending Date 2022-05-31
Who can participate: Individuals who are 19 or older, have 12 months or more of experience using adaptive driving equipment and have driven with adaptive controls in the past 12 months
Location of Trial: Canada-Wide.
Contact Information: Parisa Madani
pmadani@student.ubc.ca
Trial Institution: University of British Columbia
Trial Investigator: Dr. Ben Mortenson
Trial Funding: No funding, this is a graduate research study.