Neuro Surveys Listing | CNSF

Your opinion and experience makes a difference.

Please consider taking some time to provide your input on any of the following surveys that would apply to you and your profession.

These surveys are not created or endorsed by the CNSF.  They are posted on behalf of our members and related specialties in an attempt to assist in research.

The Strongyloides Awareness and Knowledge Study Survey

Strongyloides Awareness and Knowledge (SAK) Study: a pan-Canadian online survey directed to physicians prescribing immunosuppression.

A McGill University research team is inviting attending neurologists to participate in the SAK study, a short online survey to evaluate the level of awareness and knowledge of strongyloidiasis, a chronic and potentially deadly parasitic infection. The survey takes less than 5 minutes to complete and for every completed survey, 1$ is donated to the Canadian Red Cross.



Posted Thursday, January 28, 2021
National Survey on Neurosurgical Management of Intracranial Abscesses

Canadian Neurosurgery Research Collaborative (CNRC) - Canada’s First Resident-Led Research Collaborative.

Last chance for input from Canadian neurosurgeons. This survey addresses current practice patterns in Canadian Centers for Intracranial Abscess Management, and will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

Access via this link National Survey on Neurosurgical Management of Intracranial Abscesses 
Or copy and paste this link into your web browser:

We look forward to your responses and thank you for your support

Yours sincerely, CNRC (

c/o Michelle Kameda-Smith and Matthew Eagles

Posted Thursday, January 28, 2021

Epilepsy Priority Setting Partnership Survey

The Ontario Brain Institute’s (OBI) epilepsy research program (EpLink) is looking to gather the input of Canadians caring for people with epilepsy or seizures to set the priorities for epilepsy research in Canada. The project aims to identify a top ten list of questions that people living with epilepsy, their family and friends, and healthcare professionals (HCPs) jointly agree are the most important for research to address. 

To inform this top ten list, we are inviting you to participate in a short survey. The survey should take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete, where you can select up to 10 research questions you feel are most important to address that will improve your practice and your patients’ lives. 

Your rankings to this survey will help researchers and research funding organizations better identify what is important to people living with epilepsy and/or seizures as well as their care providers and incorporate their priorities when planning future research projects. 

You can take the survey here: 

The survey is open from January 7, 2021 to March 7, 2020 – pick your priorities today.  

This study has been reviewed by the Community Research Ethics Board.

Posted Thursday, January 28, 2021