Examining knowledge of risk factors for dementia among adults in Canada
Observational StudyGet in touch about this study
What is the study about?
The goal of this study is to assess what adults in Canada know, and importantly, do not know, about risk factors for dementia. We are also interested in whether this knowledge differs across demographic groups (e.g., age, sex, ethnicity, education levels). We will use this information to develop campaigns to educate the general public about risk factors for dementia, with the ultimate goal of reducing rates of dementia.
Please help us by completing a short online survey about risk factors for dementia. After you complete the survey, you will receive tips on how to reduce your chances of developing dementia. The survey can be accessed here: https://redcap.link/shsc-dementia. Please feel free to share with others.
Eligibility- Who can participate?
- Be 18 years of age or older
- Live in Canada
The survey takes 10 – 15 minutes.
You will be asked to provide background information about yourself, such as your age, sex, education, etc. Then, you will be asked to complete a 10 – 15 minute survey assessing your knowledge of dementia as well as your knowledge of risk factors for dementia.
TDRA study investigator
Dr. Jennifer Rabin
Here is the link to the study: https://redcap.link/shsc-dementia
Participate from home
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