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For People after Stroke and their Caregivers
Janice Eng, PhD PT/OT (Principal Investigator) & Marie-Louise Bird, PhD, PT (Co-investigator)
Department of Physical Therapy, University of BC, Rehab Research Lab, GF Strong Rehab Centre
E-mail: Janice.Eng@ubc.ca / Marie-Louise.Bird@ubc.ca; Phone: (604) 714-4108
You have been invited to complete this survey as you are a person living with stroke in the community OR a care giver who takes care of a person after stroke. We anticipate that the online survey will take 10-15 minutes of your time.
This survey is designed to learn about your thoughts and experiences with stroke rehabilitation offered to adults (18 years of age and over) in your local region. There are many rehabilitation treatments that are effective for people after stroke. However, not all of these are currently delivered or implemented in every region. This is often due to a lack of knowledge or resources.
Our team is seeking to gain an international agreement on the most important treatments or processes to improve the lives of people living with stroke. This will help health organizations to prioritize their resources and provide training to health care providers to deliver the best care. This group is led by Professor Janice Eng (University of British Columbia, Canada) and Professor Marion Walker (University of Nottingham, UK).
We would like to learn from you the following:
1. What do you feel are the most important stroke-related health issues that people after stroke face?
2. What treatments or therapies do you feel would be helpful for people living with these health issues?
Your answers and those collected from health care providers in a different survey will provide us a list of topics. It would be valuable if we could get your input again in a few weeks to help us prioritize these topics. If you agree for us to contact you one more time, please provide us your email contact at the end of the survey.
Your participation in this online survey is voluntary and you can withdraw at any time without penalty. You do not have to answer any questions you are not comfortable answering.
Your responses will remain anonymous.
By completing this survey you have consented for us to use your survey data. If you would like to receive a summary of results, please provide your email at the end of the survey.
There is an online draw and we will provide a $25 Amazon (or similar) gift card to ten randomly selected people who have completed the survey. If you would like to participate in the draw, please provide your email at the end of survey.
If you provide your email details, these will not be linked to any other data that your provide in the online survey. Only the researchers (Drs. Janice Eng & Marie-Louise Bird) have access to the data collected from the online survey.
If you have any concerns or complaints about your rights as a research participant and/or your experiences while participating in this study, contact the Research Participant Complaint Line in the UBC Office of Research Ethics at 604-822-8598 or if long distance e-mail RSIL@ors.ubc.ca or call toll free 1-877-822-8598.