Survey to Explore Alzheimer’s Beliefs and Knowledge in Diverse Communities


  • Location: Online
  • Age: 18+
  • Duration: 15 minutes
  • Visits: Online
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Eligibility Requirements

  • Adults 18 years and older who identify as Hispanic or Latino/Latina.
  • Live in the US

About the Study:

Clinical studies usually are not able to recruit enough individuals to explore differences within Hispanic/Latino sub-groups. This has resulted in a lack of tools and resources that are easy to understand and relevant for the diverse groups of ethnicities, nationalities and cultures inside of the Hispanic/Latino community.

University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers have developed a survey to assess the differences in knowledge and beliefs in Hispanic/Latino communities. Our goal is to use this information to create new education and programs that serve the needs of unique communities.

Data will be collected through a survey in English or Spanish, targeting Hispanic/Latino adults 18 years and older from diverse countries of origin.


The purpose of this study is to use this survey instrument in diverse Hispanic/Latino communities to learn what people know about Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.

What is Involved:

Participation involves:

As a token of appreciation, participants will receive a gift card for $15 dollars to the pharmacy or market of their choice.

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