Graduate Research Registry

If you don't see any listings below, then we are currently not posting any current graduate studies related to caregiving. Check back soon. If you want to post your own graduate study, read about how to submit a listing on the main Research Registry page.

5-10 Minute Dissertation Survey for Caregivers Between 18 and 64 Years Old

Please consider taking a few minutes to respond to this survey if you are a family caregiver for a person with dementia and are between the ages of 18-64. This survey will ask questions regarding your social support, your personal strengths, how you feel about being a caregiver and your own aging process. Personal information (e.g., name, address, date of birth) will not be collected in this survey. When you click on the link below, you will be directed to the online survey. You may “close out” of the survey at any time, if you do not wish to complete it.

Predictors of Psychological Well-Being Among Significant Others of TBI Survivors

Has your spouse or partner had a brain injury? I want to know about YOU!

My name is Elizabeth Fleming and I am a doctoral candidate at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. I am conducting a study about the experiences of people whose partner has had a TBI. There is research about TBI, but very little about people like you and how you have coped with having a partner with a TBI.   

Former caregivers of people with dementia - online survey

Former caregivers of people with dementia are needed to participate in a research study that will explore the health of caregivers after caregiving ends. If you participate in this study, you will be asked to complete an anonymous online survey that will take approximately 20-30 minutes.

Spouses, Adult Children, and Adult Grandchildren Caregivers of Older Adults with Neurocognitive Impairment

Hello! My name is Beatrice Tsai and I am a predoctoral student at the University of La Verne.

I am looking for research participants to complete a study examining the burden, coping strategies, and family conflict that family caregivers may experience. The goal of this study is to look for unique patterns of burden, coping, and family conflict that these three groups of family caregivers may experience to provide more tailored interventions and resources for family caregivers.