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Stroke Awareness Community Survey

Your opinion is important! Eastern Virginia Medical School, The Virginia State Stroke System Task Force, and Sentara Healthcare invite you to participate in an online survey, “Stroke Community Awareness.” 

We would like to invite you to participate in this research study that is being conducted by medical students at Eastern Virginia Medical School. The purpose of this survey is to assess the community’s knowledge and awareness of stroke warning signs and risk factors of stroke. 

From the findings, we hope to better understand community needs for stroke prevention and awareness, offer more focused community events, as well as find the preferred education method. 
Participation in this survey is voluntary. All the information is anonymous and you will not be asked any personally identified information such as your name, address, or phone number. Only group data will be reported and used for sharing purposes. There are no known risks for you to complete this survey.

You must be 18 years or older to participate in this survey and a Virginia (VA) resident of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, Suffolk, Smithfield/Isle of Wight, Chesapeake, Hampton, or Newport News. There are two required questions: age and area of residence. All other survey questions have the option of “prefer not to answer.”

The survey will take about 15 minutes to complete and has 21 questions. You may stop participation at any time. If you wish to complete the survey, you must complete it in one sitting. The survey does not allow you to return where you left off at a later time or date. 

Please only complete the survey once.

If you have any questions please contact The Community Stroke Service Learning Group at our email: 

By clicking the “next” below, you consent to being an anonymous survey participant of this research. To complete the survey, please click “start” below.  Please only take this survey once. 

Thank you for your time and participation!

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