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Research Opportunity: Healthy Ageing Survey

Researchers from the University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, are undertaking a Healthy Ageing Survey aiming to gather valuable insights into the thoughts and perspectives on healthy ageing in relation to current understanding of dementia, including knowledge, attitudes, and modifiable risk factors.

Additionally, they aim to identify the barriers preventing Australian adults from adopting lifestyle behaviours that may reduce their risk of developing dementia.

If you are 18 years or over and have not been clinically diagnosed with dementia by your healthcare provider, you are invited to participate in this research project. As a token of our appreciation, participants have a chance to win one of five $20 gift cards.

Participants will undertake a one-time anonymous online survey that will take approximately 30 - 40 minutes to complete.

The survey may be accessed using this link https://tinyurl.com/ageingwellUniSC

For further information about this research study contact Danna Lee at Ageingwell@usc.edu.au.

The closing date for the Healthy Ageing Survey is February 2025. Project Information Sheet. Project flyer.

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