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Over the course of three months, Recruitment Partners LLC(RP) garnered feedback from English and Spanish speaking individuals with dementia and their family caregivers to better understand how COVID-19 is affecting their attitudes toward research participation. This was an anonymous, online survey disseminated across the country within the Recruitment Partners Care Community Network and social media outlets. There was a total of 100respondents, of whom 68 were English speakers and 32 were Spanish speakers. The primary data trends provided were identified among six main categories: participant profile, technology access & comfort level, attitudes towards research innovations, research participation at a clinic, education, and attitudes toward COVID-19 vaccines.
2020 Bilingual Survey Result Highlights
1) Participant Profile
· Roughly 50% of respondents were between the ages of 45-64 years old.
· Many respondents identified as women (74%English-speaking; 84% Spanish-speaking)
2) Technology: Access and Comfort Level
· A notable number of Spanish-speaking respondents reported that they do not have access to an internet-enabled device with videoconferencing capability, compared to higher number of English-speaking respondents.
· Overall, respondents reported Zoom as the videoconferencing application that is the most comfortable to use.
3) Attitudes on Research Innovations
· Respondents were comfortable across the board with innovations that brought research into the home, such as:
- Visits from a research nurse
- Self-administration of medication
- Self-reporting of blood pressure
- Self-reporting of weight
· Respondents were least comfortable with:
- Telehealth visits
· There is a consensus from respondents, who participate in a study, to have a researcher share the results once the study has ended.
4) Research Participation at a Clinic
· English-speaking respondents reported a greater likelihood in participating in a study that required them or their loved one to visit a clinic for a single evaluation rather than multiple evaluations.
· Over 40% of respondents reported that if education was available in the form of computer-based classes, they would take the classes.
6) Attitudes Towards Vaccines
· Over 80% of respondents were inoculated with the pneumonia or influenza vaccine.
· Roughly half of respondents reported that they would take the COVID-19 vaccine if it were available.
If you would like to learn more about these data trends or RP services, contact Anakaren Lamas at firstname.lastname@example.org.