Just like we see in drug stores and some big box stores what about a chair with a touch screen? The participant sits down, accepts the terms, and begins the test. It could be a condensed set of questions that screen for early signs of cognitive decline with a score at the end. The constraints could regard age, or showing ID to a pharmacist first without having to enter identifying information in the "data chair". A level between one and twenty and the participant could see if more follow up is required. With a disclaimer that the results are used for research purposes, no personal information is required other than your initials and a birthdate. It could be screened for obvious jokers. With modification, in principal this idea could have impact on arousing public interest as it affects virtually everyone.
Idea No. 292