Research Survey for Caregivers who assist with Medications
Are you an unpaid caregiver for a person with dementia who lives at home?
Do you currently assist this person with managing their medications?
If you are, we would like to invite you to participate in our research study on issues that caregivers for persons with dementia face when they assist with and manage medications for their care recipient.
Participation involves completing an online, anonymous survey which will take about 10 to 15 minutes of your time. The study is being conducted by researchers at the College of Pharmacy at the University of Manitoba who are interested in learning more about caregiving and medication responsibilities.
The survey is available at: http://fluidsurveys.com/s/medsurvey/
For more information about this study, click here or please contact:
Dr. I fan Kuo Assistant Professor College of Pharmacy, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Ph. 204-318-2576; email: I.Kuo@umanitoba.ca
Thank you for your consideration.
Are you and your sibling caring for your parent with dementia? Do you want to help support future caregivers? You and your sibling are invited to participate in a study by University of Toronto graduate students called the “Dementia Sibling Study: Brothers and Sisters Sharing Caregiving Responsibilities.” Complete an online survey about your caregiving experiences!
Attached is information regarding the research study and how you and your sibling can participate. Please feel free to share this email with other sibling-caregivers!
We hope you will consider this exciting research opportunity to better inform supports for families!
Thank you for your time and consideration,
Emma Tang Poy, MScOT(c): firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth Younie, MScOT(c): email@example.com
Are you working and providing care to a relative or friend with dementia?
If so, we need your help. Please click here for poster!
Researchers are looking for residents of Bridgewater and surrounding communities toparticipate in a research study. You can participate if you are:
Currently employed (full time or part time)
The primary caregiver for a family member or friend living with dementia at home
You will be invited to participate in an interview (60-90 minutes) to better understand your experiences of an employed caregiver living in a rural community.
You may also be eligible to participate in the 8 week Working CARERS Program being delivered in thearea in 2016. This course provides caregivers with approaches for managing carer stress.
If you would like to participate or want more information, please contact:
Nova Scotia Centre on Aging
Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax
Toll Free: 1-877-302-4440