Family Quality of Life among LGBTQ+ Caregivers of People with Dementia

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The University of Tennessee College of Nursing is seeking LGBTQ+ adults who are currently providing care (at least 8 hours a week) to a family member or friend, in the community (not in a long-term care facility or Assisted Living Facility), with memory loss for a research study funded by the National Institute on Aging.


The purpose of the research study is to understand quality of life among LGBTQ+ caregivers caring for someone with memory loss. The study involves responding to an online survey questionnaire with questions related to caregiving. The one-time survey takes approximately 35-45 minutes to complete.


Compensation of $25 (Amazon gift card) is provided for completing the study.


The survey may be accessed at https://utk.questionpro.com/t/AO3SEZe11y.  


For more information please contact:

Joel G. Anderson, PhD, CHTP, FGSA

[email protected]

UTK IRB 19-04926-XP