I stumbled upon the following job ad accidentally - a research nurse for a motorcycle safety study: http://jobs.theconversation.edu.au/jobs/226-research-nurse which lead me to a job ad for a Motorcycle Safety Technical field officer: http://jobs.monash.edu.au/jobDetails.asp?sJobIDs=498745&lCategoryID=637%2C+639%2C+638&lWorkTypeID=&lLocationID=&stp=AW&sLanguage=en The ads says: "The study is funded by the Australian Research Council in partnership with VicRoads, the Transport Accident Commission (TAC), Victoria Police, the Department of Justice, and the Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce (VACC). The study, Managing Increasing Challenges in Motorcycle Safety (MICIMS), involves recruiting injured motorcycle riders through hospitals across Victoria. Information for the study will be collected using a structured questionnaire about the injured rider, their motorcycle, the trip and the circumstances of the crash." This study could be a good thing - but were any motorcyclists involved in the design of the study?? Does anyone have any info on this study? Interestingly, you don't need to be a rider for either of these roles. The job ads close 20th Nov... could be a good opportunity for a smart rider to get in and influence the study. Money seems ok.... But anyway, this isn't about advertising the jobs, but more about wanting to know more about this study. I've not heard nary a whisper about it and that has me concerned. We all know how well MUARC twists and ruins decent motorcycle research.