University of Saskatchewan, University of Manitoba, Patient Led Research Collaborative
Balance and Mobility with Long Covid Study
The College of Kinesiology at the University of Saskatchewan, University of Manitoba and Patient Led Research Collaborative are conducting a study to assess the effects of long-COVID on balance (the ability to stay upright), mobility (the ability to move around safely and independently), and falls for people living in Canada. This study is being done because there is currently a lack of data on the effects of long-COVID and its impact on balance and mobility.
As part of this study, you will be asked questions about your experience with acute COVID and long-COVID, balance, mobility, and falls. Participation in the survey is completely voluntary and you are able to pause the survey and continue at any time. The survey is estimated to take approximately ~30-35 minutes with mild/moderate/considerable cognitive effort to complete and will be open until March 18, 2022.
Your identity and/or IP addresses will not be collected in order to protect your confidentiality.
Please only complete this survey once. If you need a break between questions, there will be an option to pause if needed and then continue the survey when you are ready. Please select the link below to start the survey.
By completing and submitting the questionnaire, YOUR FREE AND INFORMED CONSENT IS IMPLIED and indicates that you understand the above conditions of participation in this study.
LINK HERE: https://www.surveymonkey.ca/r/longCOVIDBalance_Mobility
Please contact the research team if you have any questions:
Alison Oates (firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-306-966-1080)
Mustafa Shahbaz (email@example.com)