This study is to validate a new tool to help us better measure how individuals use electronic devices in their day to day life.

This study is completely online, and as a participant you will be asked to answer multiple questionnaires about how you use electronic devices over eight weeks.

Participant benefits:

There are no expected personal or financial benefits from participating in this research. However, possible benefits to society may result through gain of new knowledge, and improving our understanding for the prevention of ocular health.

Additionally, as a participant you will have the opportunity to learn about how many hours a day you usually use electronic devices.

Eligibility:

Eligibility criteria includes being a generally healthy adult with access to an electronic device such as a computer, phone or tablet, and internet to complete the online questionnaires

You will be unable to participate if you experience a visual, hearing, or physical impairment that may prevent you from completing investigations, or no English literacy.

Register your interest:

Email Naomi Fitzpatrick: naomi.fitzpatrick@uq.net.au

This study has been approved by The University of Queensland Human Research Ethics Committee [Approval No. 2020001764]