Neuro Surveys | CNSF
Your opinion and experience makes a difference. Please consider taking some time to provide your input on any of the following surveys / studies 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. *Surveys will automatically be removed in 3 months.
If you wish to share a survey with the CNSF Membership, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details;
- ethics approval and rationale/protocol
- plan for this data
- faculty name overseeing this study
- informed consent component, the name and contact of the PI, and the REB of record noted.
Variabilities of practices and access to testing in seizures/epilepsy of autoimmune etiology
As a team of researchers, we are interested in gaining an understanding of the disparities in awareness, and the differing practices surrounding seizures/ epilepsy of suspected autoimmune etiology. Additionally, we aim to explore how these differences may impact access to testing and management. For this purpose, we are conducting a concise survey to gather valuable insights into these variations. The survey will take about 5 minutes to complete and we hope to receive responses by November 30th. We appreciate your time and value your input.
Link to the survey: https://uwo.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2nQwAopQzv6eQ6O
Posted: August 24, 2023
Management of Asymptomatic Blunt Cerebrovascular Injuries (BCVI) with Concomitant Hemorrhagic Injuries: A Multidisciplinary Survey of Practice Implications
This study investigates Canadian practice patterns reflecting treatment and follow-up of blunt cerebrovascular injuries (BCVI) with concomitant hemorrhagic injuries including traumatic brain injuries and solid organ injuries.
The research team from Vancouver General Hospital is trying to determine the current consensus of using antithrombotic therapies in BCVI patients who are at risk of worsening concurrent bleeds, which remains an ongoing area of clinical equipoise. The results will assist in determining future research and project development, and allow for shared decision-making approach to treat these complex patient population and inform them and their families about the risks and benefits of treatment choices.
Your input is requested. This survey will take 10 to 20 minutes to complete.
To participate in the survey, please click here https://ubc.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d3TjniqPh1ii07A
Posted: August 17, 2023