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* 1. Aimeriez-vous répondre à ce sondage en français? Would you like to answer this survey in French?

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The CIHR Institute of Aging (CIHR-IA) has launched its strategic planning process to identify priorities for research on aging in Canada, and we are seeking your opinion and advice as we develop our new strategic plan. With our current Strategic Research Priorities 2019-2021 coming to an end, CIHR-IA is also aiming to align research priorities in aging with the new CIHR Strategic Plan 2021-2031: A Vision for a Healthier Future.

Our goal is to obtain diverse perspectives from our stakeholders related to research on the health and wellbeing of older adults across Canada, including information about needs and gaps to be addressed. The information gathered through this survey will inform us on research priorities on the topic of aging in Canada, and your responses will be used to guide the future development of programs and funding initiatives.

Individual responses to the survey will be anonymous. Responses will only be shared in an aggregate manner.

This survey should take about 15-20 minutes to complete. The survey will automatically save your responses as you move to the next page.  Should you wish to edit previous pages, please use the ‘previous’ button in the survey to take you back to your answers. The survey will close on December 20, 2021.

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey!

If you have any questions, please contact the CIHR Institute of Aging  ia-iv@cihr-irsc.gc.ca

Sincerely
Dr. R. Jane Rylett
Scientific Director, CIHR Institute of Aging

CIHR-IA's Mandate
The Institute of Aging's mandate is "to support research, to promote healthy aging and to address causes, prevention, screening, diagnosis, treatment, support systems, and palliation for a wide range of conditions associated with aging." The focus of this mandate is the aging person in an aging society, and the effects of different diseases and conditions on aging. Its goal is to improve the quality of life and health of older Canadians by understanding and addressing or preventing the consequences of a wide range of factors associated with aging

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