Recruitment of Survey Participants

 

誠邀中西區及灣仔區居民(包括銅鑼灣、跑馬地一帶居民)

參加「共建長者友善社區」計劃問卷調查

 

香港大學秀圃老年研究中心現正推行 「共建長者友善社區」計劃(中西區及灣仔)問卷調查,以了解中西區及灣仔區居民對此兩區是否便利長者生活的看法。本計劃由香港賽馬會慈善信託基金捐助支持,旨在建構香港成為長者友善城市。 

如閣下是十八歲或以上,居住中西區或灣仔區(包括銅鑼灣、跑馬地一帶) ,願意分享你對這兩區及長者友善社區的看法, 歡迎親臨香港大學百周年校園賽馬會教學樓7樓704室填寫問卷。問卷調查詳情如下:

參與報酬:港幣二十元正現金禮劵

研究內容:參加者需要回答一份問卷,需時約45至60分鐘。

參加資格:年滿18歲或以上,居住於中西區或灣仔區。

研究地點:香港大學百周年校園賽馬會教學樓7樓704室

日期及時間:2015年12月9日至2016年1月31日,逢星期一至五(公眾假期除外)上午十時至下午五時三十分(下午一時至二時除外)。

如有任何查詢,歡迎致電 2831-5178 或電郵至 chitlee@hku.hk 與李先生聯絡。

本研究已通過香港大學研究操守委員會檢視及審核,參考編號為EA1510033。

 

 

Recruitment of Survey Participants living in the Central & Western District and

Wan Chai District (including residents of Causeway Bay, Happy Valley and vicinity)

for the Project on “Building an Age-friendly City”

 

Sau Po Centre on Ageing of The University of Hong Kong (HKU) is now conducting a survey for the Project on “Building an Age-friendly City” to understand how residents of the Central & Western District and the Wan Chai District (including Causeway Bay, Happy Valley and vicinity) think about the age-friendliness of their districts. The project is funded by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust with an objective to create a better environment for older residents in Hong Kong.

If you are 18 years or older, a resident of either district, and are willing to share with us your view on age-friendliness of your district, please go to Room 704 on the 7/F of the Jockey Club Tower, Centennial Campus, The University of Hong Kong to complete the questionnaire. Details of the survey are: 

 

Compensation for Participation: HK$20 cash coupon

Procedure: Participants are required to finish a 45- to 60-minute long questionnaire

Eligibility: Age 18 or above; live in Central & Western District or Wan Chai District

Venue: Room 704, 7/F, The Jockey Club Tower, Centennial Campus, The University of Hong Kong

Date & Time: From December 9, 2015 to January 31, 2016 (Monday to Friday except public holidays; 10:00am to 5:30pm except 1:00 to 2:00pm)

 

For enquiries, please contact Mr David Lee at 2831-5178 or via email at chitlee@hku.hk

This study has been reviewed and approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee of the University of Hong Kong (reference number EA1510033).