Graduate Research Registry

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Are you a caregiver for someone who has been diagnosed with cancer?

You’re invited to participate in a study about self-care behaviours (physical activity and fruit and vegetable consumption) among caregivers!
The purpose of the study is to:

  • To see if a 4-week eHealth program focused on self-care behaviours is feasible and acceptable to implement with cancer caregivers;
  • To understand participants experiences and perspectives during the program.

If you would like to participate, you will be asked to:

Development of An Exergame for Caregivers of Individuals with Alzheimer's Disease or Related Dementia

We are seeking caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease or related dementias to test a garden-themed Android smartphone game. The game is designed to encourage exercise and social connections with other caregivers. This study is a joint project between Northeastern University and Brandeis University.

Participants must:

Coping Strategies working Informal (not paid) caregivers use to manage both caregiving and working

My name is Lorilee Maldonado, I am a graduate student in the Health Sciences program at Walden University. I am studying the ways informal (not paid) caregivers manage various stress factors associated with working while providing care to an elderly person.

If you are an informal caregiver who is working and providing care to an elderly person living in the same household with you, you are invited to participate in this research.

Asian Primary Family Caregiver for Dementia?

SEEKING PARTICIPANTS

Do You Care For?

    Family member or relative
    Diagnosed with Dementia
    At least 60 years or older
    Reside in Care Center in the U.S.

What to Expect?

    Questionnaire
    Each may take 10-15 minutes
    Voluntary & confidential

Who Can Participate?

The Mental Health Needs of Co-Resident Dementia Offspring Caregivers: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis

A Ph.D. student in the Department of Counselor Education and Family Studies, School of Behavioral Sciences at Liberty University, is conducting research to better understand the mental health needs experienced by co-resident offspring caregivers of a parent with dementia.

You qualify for this study if you are 18 years of age or older and meet the following criteria: female, caring for your mother who has Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia, live with her, and you have at least one living sibling who is capable of participating in caregiving.