If you could please take the time to fill this survey out and reply done to keep the discussion alive for a while, it could one day prevent or help you with foot injury and or change cycling shoe design
· Ride your bicycle at least 1 day per week?
· For at least 1 continuous hour?
· Are you 18 years of age or older?
If you have answered YES to all of the above questions then you are invited to take part in our research into ‘Feet and Cycling’.
Participating in this research is completely voluntary and anonymous. No identifiable
information will be collected. The survey only takes around 4 minutes to complete!
Please click on this link to complete the questionnaire:
The information collected from this survey will help provide data about the relationship between ‘Feet and Cycling’. This data will provide
direction for future research into the treatment options available to
specifically target cycling foot injuries and perhaps even the design of
appropriate cycling shoe wear.
If you would like further information please contact either:
Miss Hayley Uden, B.Pod Dr Sara Jones, PhD
Podiatry Lecturer in the School of Health Sciences Podiatry Program Director and Primary Research Hayley.email@example.com / 8302 2589 Supervisor
Sara.firstname.lastname@example.org / 8302 2382
Thank you for supporting research that supports cyclists!
This project has been approved by the University of South Australia’s human research ethics committee. If you have any ethical concerns about the
project or questions about your rights as a participant please contact:
Ms Vicki Allen;
Executive Officer of the UniSA Human Research Ethics Committee, Vicki.email@example.com / 8302 3118
This research is being conducted by the Podiatry Department within the School of Health Sciences, UniSA. All of the questionnaire data will
remain in the possession of the primary researcher for 5 years in a
locked filing cabinet. The researcher will take every care to remove
responses from any identifying material as early as possible. Likewise
individuals' responses will be kept confidential by the researcher and
not be identified in the reporting of the research. However the
researcher cannot guarantee the confidentiality or anonymity of material
transferred by email or the internet.