Research Study

Sleep & cognition: Examining the relationship between quality of sleep and cognitive function
Principal Investigator 
Teresa Y.L. Liu-Ambrose

Overview

Body Locations and Systems 
Stroke
Disorders and Conditions 
Mild Cognitive Impairment
Status 
Recruiting
Study Start/End 
Aug 15, 2014 to Jun 17, 2017
Locations 
Vancouver General Hospital
Name/Title 
Michelle Munkacsy, Research Assistant
Phone 
604-875-4111 ext.69056
Email Address 
munkacsy@mail.ubc.ca
Purpose of Study 

We aim to examine the relationship bewteen cognitive function and sleep quality as a function of aging; and to determine whether sleep disruptions differ across individuals with mild cognitivie impairment, depending on stroke-status (i.e., chronic stroke survivors versus non-stroke).  These findings will be used to develop a randomized controlled trial to test interventions designed to improve sleep quality in an effort to promote cognitive function in older adults at risk for dementia.

Eligibility 

Inclusion Criteria:

  • Community-dwelling adults 30 yrs or older living in the Greater Vancouver area are eligible to be screened for inclusion in the study
Disclaimer 

Study Coordinators and Research Nurses cannot give medical advice over the phone. Telephone numbers and email addresses are provided for obtaining additional information on specific clinical research trials only. If you have specific questions which require clinical expertise, please call your primary care physician.