Beliefs and attitudes toward dementia and their associations with dementia risk reduction behaviours

Occurring Dates
to
Participant Duration
One off
State of study
All States
Overview

The Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre at the University of Tasmania is seeking participants to participate in a research study.

The survey study investigates Australians' beliefs and attitudes toward dementia and people living with dementia and explores associations between beliefs and attitudes toward dementia, dementia knowledge, and health behaviours. The survey findings will help us understand the role people's attitudes towards dementia play in adopting and maintaining dementia risk reduction behaviours. This understanding will enable us to better target ways to promote behaviour change for dementia risk reduction.

You will be asked to complete online questionnaires, which will take approximately 1 hour.

We are seeking anyone who is:
- Currently living in Australia
- Aged 18 and older
- With no previous formal education in dementia including online courses

Please click here (https://surveys2.utas.edu.au/index.php/811178?lang=en) to complete the survey.

We appreciate your time in answering this survey.

Further information

For further information, please contact Dr Sarang Kim on (03) 6226 5721 or at [email protected]

This study has been approved by the Tasmania Social Sciences Human Research Ethics Committee (H0020104).

Study Address
Wicking Dementia Research & Education Centre
University of Tasmania
Hobart TAS 7001
Full Name
Sarang Kim
Institute
Wicking Dementia Research & Education Centre
Phone Number
(03) 6226 5721