How do People Living with Neurological Conditions Experience Cognitive Fatigue?

Studies

Study Title: How do People Living with Neurological Conditions Experience Cognitive Fatigue?
Rationale: The study’s primary objective is to understand the lived experience of cognitive fatigue for people with neurological conditions. A secondary objective is to determine if experiences of cognitive fatigued differed by diagnoses.
Study Description: We are studying cognitive fatigue in individuals with neurological conditions including MS, traumatic brain injury, and stroke. Participants will take place in interviews or focus groups about their experience of cognitive fatigue. The interviews/focus groups are expected to take 45-75 minutes. Screening calls to determine eligibility takes approximately 15 minutes.
Recruitment Dates: 2021-04-12 to 2021-12-31
Who can participate: Individuals with MS, TBI, or stroke between the ages of 18-65 who pass our screening test.
Location of Trial: Dalhousie University
Trial Investigator: Keri Harvey
Contact Information: Keri Harvey
cfatigue@dal.ca
Trial Funding: Dalhousie University Faculty of Health Research Establishment Grant