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Brain Health Survey

Brain Health Survey

Before agreeing to participate in this survey, please read through the information below which includes an explanation of this study, as well as its purpose and procedures.  Also described is your right to withdraw from the study at any time.

In Canada, there is an urgent need to better understand awareness of brain health and disorders, such as Alzheimer’s and dementia, from a broad group of stakeholders.  Findings from this survey will contribute to realizing the unique nature of a local environment, key and emerging issues, and policy limitations, related to brain health.  With this information, the IFA, together with other collaborators and partners, hopes to improve the approach to brain health conditions through health promotion, prevention, treatment, care and rehabilitation.

This survey is being completed on behalf of the International Federation on Ageing (IFA) as part of the Improving Awareness of Brain Health and Disorders in Canada initiative.  IFA is a not-for-profit organization with its headquarters in Toronto, ON.

 

Information and Consent Form

Methods

This survey is anonymous and will ask questions related to your understanding of cognitive health and brain health.  This survey is comprised of 28 multiple-choice questions and is designed to take less than 15 minutes to complete.  The survey will accept responses until November 30, 2022.

 

You are invited to complete this survey as an older adult, healthcare provider, or caregiver in Canada.  This is a voluntary survey, and you are free to end the survey and withdraw at any point.  The material will cover questions relating to a general understanding of cognitive decline, prevention and management of cognitive decline, sources of health information, and barriers to information access.

 

Confidentiality

All results of this survey are confidential and collected through Alchemer.  These are stored electronically but do not collect any identifying information such as names or contact information.  Only the researchers will have access to the study data and information.

 

Withdrawal

Participation in this study is voluntary, and you can withdraw at any point.  There will be no further contact with you after the completion of the survey.


Further Questions

If you have questions about this study and the survey, please contact Ms. Emma Schmidt at eschmidt@ifa.ngo.  More information on IFA can be found online at www.ifa.ngo.

 

Thank you for your participation in this survey.