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  • Observational Study
    Online

    What is this Study about?

    Our overall goal is to improve the surgical experience for older adults with cognitive decline, including people with Alzheimer's and related dementias, their families, and caregivers.

    The aim of this study is to understand and describe the experiences of patients, families, and healthcare providers with postoperative delirium (delirium after surgery), and to identify strategies to support patient and family centered care for patients with postoperative delirium. We will conduct interviews with patients, families, and healthcare providers to describe their experiences with postoperative delirium.

    Our findings will be used to inform the development of a strategy for reducing delirium after surgery.

    Eligibility Criteria

    1) are a patient aged over 65 years who has experienced postoperative delirium (delirium after surgery), or

    2) are a caregiver/family member of a person who has experienced postoperative delirium (delirium after surgery)

    Ability to speak English

    Recruitment End Date

  • Observational Study
    Online & In-Person

    What is this Study about?

    The purpose of this study is to assess whether a virtually-delivered healthy lifestyle intervention (over Zoom) is feasible for individuals who feel that their memory or thinking is declining.

    Eligibility Criteria

    -Are between the age of 65-85

    -Are concerned about your memory and other thinking abilities

    -Have access to internet at home

    -Are a resident of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, or Quebec

    Recruitment End Date

  • Observational Study
    Online & In-Person

    What is this Study about?

    We are inviting adults 55+ and care partners of people living with dementia to participate in an offering of a six-session culinary nutrition education program. All program participants are invited to take part in an optional research study examining their experiences and outcomes associated with their program participation, but research participation is entirely voluntary.

    Eligibility Criteria

    Live in Saskatchewan (priority will be given to participants living in communities within a 150 km radius of Yorkton,SK)

    - Are either 55 or over OR a care partner of a person living with dementia

    Recruitment End Date

  • Observational Study
    Canada-Wide (all provinces)

    What is this Study about?

    The aim is to better understand the cognitive strengths and difficulties related to visuospatial skills among people with Mild Cognitive Impairment and/or early Alzheimer's Disease through cognitive tasks.

    Eligibility Criteria

    • Adults with MCI and/or AD
      OR
    • Healthy, 40+ Years, with parent diagnosed with AD

    Recruitment End Date