Decision-making for people with cognitive impairment

Are you a healthcare professional or aged care worker?

Does your work role ever involve providing care, service or treatment for people with dementia?

If you answered yes to both of these questions, I am writing to invite you to participate in a research study. This study investigates your professional judgements relating to healthcare and lifestyle decision-making for people with cognitive impairment.

This study is part of a broader program of research aimed at understanding community perceptions, clinical practice and legal issues associated with ‘supported decision-making’ in Australia. Your participation will contribute to ongoing work aimed at improving care for people living with cognitive impairment.

This study involves a short online survey, which should take no longer than 20 minutes. If you complete the survey, you are eligible to apply to go into a draw for one of five $100 shopping vouchers. The information about the study, and link to participate, can be accessed here

Yours sincerely,
Craig Sinclair
Craig Sinclair
Research Fellow
The Rural Clinical School of Western Australia
UWA Albany Centre
31 Stirling Terrace, Albany, WA, 6330
ph: (08) 9842 0829