*West Yorkshire* Testing Experiences of an Online Cognitive Screen

Ms Rebecca Day, Psychologist in Clinical Training (University of Leeds)

What is the study about?

Little is known about how people find tests that assess thinking skills such as memory and processing speed.

We would like to invite you to take part in our study which will explore how people who have had a stroke, experience an online test that assesses thinking skills, such as memory and processing speed.

We hope that outcomes will be used to develop practitioner recommendations for administering online assessments to people who have had a stroke. We also hope it will help give people who have had a stroke ‘a voice’ within research.

What will it Involve?

If you are interested, you will be invited to complete an online test and asked to talk about your experiences during the test. You will also be asked a few questions before and after the test about your experiences.

  • This will take approximately 90 minutes.

  • We are only interested in your experience of the test; we will not be scoring the test.

  • We will video-record this so that we can have a record of what you say about your experiences; this will be kept confidential.

  • We can meet you in person or online to complete the test, whatever you prefer.

  • A family member or friend can assist you with getting to the research session, helping you get set up online and filling out the forms etc.

Who can take part?

We are looking for people from the West Yorkshire area and/or are able to visit University of Leeds and NHS sites in the Leeds area. We can also visit your home if this is wanted and nearby.

If you wish to take part, you will be paid £20 for your time and effort attending the research session.

How Can I Register my Interest?

If you would like to take part in this study, please contact Rebecca Day directly using the contact details below.

If you have any concerns or questions about this study at any time, please contact:

Ms Rebecca Day, Psychologist in Clinical Training, umrld@leeds.ac.uk