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Adversity & Resilience Among Older Adults Living with Chronic Pain

Adversity & Resilience Among Older Adults Living with Chronic Pain

Principal Investigator: Venezya Thorsteinson

We are looking for Canadians living with chronic pain who are at least 65 years of age to take part in a study examining the role of adversity and resilience in the experience of pain. As a participant in this study, you will be asked to complete a series of anonymous self-report questionnaires. Your participation will involve 1 session of approximately 60 minutes. In appreciation for your time, you will be entered into a draw for a chance to win 1 of 10 gift cards of $50. To get involved in this study, please follow these steps:

1.)  Go to https://bit.ly/arc-chronic-pain

2.)  Answer a few questions to determine if you are eligible

3.)  If you are eligible, you will be asked to complete a series of anonymous self-report questionnaires

For more information about this study, please contact the Aging, Residents, and Caregivers (ARC) Research Unit here. This study has been reviewed, and received approval, through the Research Ethics Board at the University of Regina.

An Examination of the Well-Being Paradox Among Older Adults Living with Chronic Pain 

Principal Investigator: Amara Kohlert

This survey is looking to learn more about well-being and chronic pain in adults aged 60 years and older. We hope to better understand the elevated well-being experienced by older adults despite their levels of chronic pain, the impact of certain coping factors, and if age of onset of chronic pain influences levels of well-being. As a participant in this study, you would be asked to complete a series of anonymous self-report questionnaires.

 

Your participation would involve 1 session of approximately 20 minutes. In appreciation for your time, you will be entered into a draw for a chance to win 1 of 5 Amazon gift cards of $50.

Follow this link to participate in the research study:

https://bit.ly/3DX1S6S

For more information about this study, please contact the Aging, Residents, and Caregivers (ARC) Research Unit here. This study has been reviewed, and received approval, through the Research Ethics Board at the University of Regina.

WB Paradox

Comparing Resilience and Coping Among Emerging, Early, and Middle Adults 

Principal Investigator: Donna Dumitrescu

This survey is looking to learn more about resilience and coping in adults ages 18-64. We hope to better understand the connection between social support and difficult life experiences toward resilience and coping, and if there are any differences between people of different ages. As a participant in this study, you would be asked to complete a series of anonymous self-report questionnaires.

 

Your participation would involve 1 session of approximately 30 minutes.

In appreciation for your time, you will be entered into a draw for a chance to win 1 of 5 gift cards of $50.

Follow this link to participate in the research study:

https://bit.ly/arc-resilience

For more information about this study, please contact the Aging, Residents, and Caregivers (ARC) Research Unit here. This study has been reviewed, and received approval, through the Research Ethics Board at the University of Regina.

ResilCoping

Middle-Aged Resiliency and Resistance Study (MARRS): A Quantitative Study on Aging Across the Lifespan 

Principal Investigator: Courtney Cameron

We are looking for Canadians who are at least 25 years of age that want to be a part of a study examining the experience of ageism across the adult lifespan.

As a participant in this study, you would be asked to complete a series of anonymous self-report questionnaires.

 

Your participation would involve 1 session of approximately 60 minutes.

In appreciation for your time, you will be entered into a draw for a chance to win 1 of 10 gift cards of $75.

Follow this link to participate in the research study:

 https://bit.ly/ageism-survey

For more information about this study, please contact the Aging, Residents, and Caregivers (ARC) Research Unit here. This study has been reviewed, and received approval, through the Research Ethics Board at the University of Regina.

Aging Across the Lifespan
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