Survey: “Communicating cognitive challenges in HIV” (C3Q)
Individuals living with HIV often express concerns about how they think, feel, and function in everyday life. A team of researchers at McGill University has partnered with HIV community-based programs to develop the C3Q study (Communicating Cognitive Challenges in HIV Questionnaire). The first phase of this study focused on identifying aspects of memory, concentration, and attention that individuals living with HIV are worried about. The aim of the second phase was to determine the importance of each of the concerns identified in the first phase and identify the best way in which the questions can be asked to you. A total of 239 people participated in the survey. They had the option of selecting one community group to which we have donated $5 on their behalf. This was a token of our appreciation for the role these community groups have played in providing input from their members. The list of our community partners included: Aids Committee of Toronto (ACT), AIDS Vancouver Island, Blits, Canadian AIDS society, COCQ-SIDA, Portail VIH, Positive living society of British Columbia, MIELS Québec, Maison Plein Coeur, Maison d’Hérelle and SIDA-Vie Laval.
Thank you for your participation with the C3Q project. The survey is no longer active, but we are continuously working to better understand the cognitive issues for people living with HIV.
Please visit this website later as we will have other projects.