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The Alberta Depression Research Priority Setting project

 

The Alberta Depression Research Priority Setting project invites you to participate in a survey. One in ten Canadians suffer from depression in their lifetime.  Health research is often done without the input of patients and families who live with depression, people who care for those with depression, and health care professionals/clinicians who treat depression. Interested researchers will also be asked to participate in the survey so results can be compared.

The research team believes that the voices of those with depression experience can make a difference in depression research and therefore we want to hear from you. By completing the survey, you provide valuable information that can influence those who conduct and fund research. The survey is voluntary, anonymous and confidential. You will not be asked for your name, and any information you provide will not be connected to any personal identifying records. This survey was created in Snap Survey software and is securely housed on the Alberta Innovates Health Solutions server.  By clicking on the following link you consent to completing the survey.

Alberta Depression Survey

Thank you for making a difference.

The Alberta Depression Priority Setting Committee (persons with lived experience, carers and clinicians)

There are no known risks or discomforts that may result from participation in this study and if you do have questions about the survey please contact:

Ping Mason-Lai, BA MA | Associate Director
Patient Engagement Platform |Alberta SPOR SUPPORT Unit
Athabasca University
5-017 Edmonton Clinic Health Academy (ECHA)
11405-87 Avenue | Edmonton, AB T6G 1C9
Email:
pmasonlai@athabascau.ca
780-492-6806 (office)

Or

Dr. Lorraine J Breault; Ph.D., R. Psych.
Professor, Department of Psychiatry
Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry
Tel:    780-492-6420   Cell:  780-884-1411  e-mail: lorraine.breault@ualberta.ca
Office: 5-020 Katz Group Research Centre
Mailing Address: 1E1 Walter Mackenzie Health Sciences

Centre 8440-112St University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada  T6G 2R7

Ethics information concerning this research can be obtained by calling the University of Alberta Ethics Office at 780 492 2615.

 

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