Speech Pathology researchers from Australian Catholic University are currently recruiting participants for a research study exploring how spouses of people with dementia experience changes in their relationship and communication with their partner. This research is being conducted by Olivia Trixner, a speech pathology honours student, under the supervision of Dr Erin Conway and Dr Zaneta Mok – Speech Pathologists and researchers in the field of dementia.
The researchers are looking to talk to people who are the partner/spouse and primary caregiver of a person with a diagnosis of dementia (any type of dementia); who had been with their partner prior to the onset of dementia.
What you will be asked to do as a participant:
- Complete one (1) interview with the student and one supervisor; or just with one supervisor.
- The interviews are anticipated to take approximately 1 hour.
- Interviews may be conducted face-to-face at an Australian Catholic University campus in Brisbane or Melbourne, or over phone or video-call.
For more information please read the information letter available at: https://acu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_byJlV3bKGqzt2Lk
If you would like to be a participant, or have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact Dr Erin Conway ([email protected]).
This study has received ethical approval from the Australian Catholic University Human Research Ethics Committee (Project ID: 2019-349EAP)
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Dr Zaneta Mok
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