The effects of COVID-19 on informal caregivers of people with dementia: Evaluating the psychometric properties of the caregiver COVID-19 limitations scale

Occurring Dates
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Participant Duration
Participation involves completing a confidential online survey which takes approximately 20 minutes. Participation in a second research component to this study is optional, which involves completing a shorter 10-minute confidential online survey two wee
State of study
All States
Overview

It is important that caregivers of people living with dementia feel supported during the COVID-19 pandemic. We want to know more about the caregiver experience in these unprecedented times.

This study is looking at how the pandemic is affecting caregivers and factors that may impact their psychological wellbeing. We are also looking how we measure this impact with the new questionnaire.

If you are a primary caregiver of a person living with dementia in Australia, and are 18 years or older, you are invited to complete a confidential online survey that will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.

Even if this research does not benefit you directly it may benefit the wider caregiver community.

A copy of the research findings will be made available by request in December 2021. Please contact the student research directly if you would like a copy.

Further information

If you would like to participate in the study, please click on the survey link: https://cqu.syd1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1LGyZWbsnGz9p9c

Research Team
Maddysen Chen (Student Researcher) [email protected]
Dr. Lynne Parkinson (Principal Supervisor)
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Dr. Claire Thompson (Secondary Supervisor)
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This project is being undertaken as part of a Master’s study for Maddysen Chen and has been approved by the CQU Human Research Ethics Committee (approval reference number 2021-012).

Study Address
Central Queensland University (CQU)
Full Name
Maddysen Anna Louise Chen
Institute
Central Queensland University (CQU)
Phone Number
0403 234 168