RiskDialogue research study
In partnership with the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS), Alberta Health Services and the University of Calgary are completing a study called Make Health Changes Easy – an artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled Dialogue-Driven App for Personalized Cancer Prevention (Short title: RiskDialogue).
The purpose of the RiskDialogue study is to develop a mobile health app for reducing sedentary behaviour (sitting too much). In this study, you are asked to participate in an interview that will help us personalize the app to individual needs and barriers, with the goal of providing tailored recommendations for Canadians to reduce their cancer risk.
- living in Canada with a smartphone
- who is 25 years of age or older
- who sits for 6 or more hours a day
- who does not participate in 150 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity per week
It is very important for this study to have a diverse group of participants across Canada. We want to hear from people from diverse backgrounds, including adults:
- of different genders
- of the LGBTQ2+ community
- living in urban and rural or remote areas
- of different racial or ethnic backgrounds
- with different income levels
- with different residency status
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This study poses minimal risk and taking part in the study is voluntary. The data collected is not personal or sensitive and the research team will protect your confidentiality. To thank you for your participation, you will receive a $50 gift card.