Researchers seek participants for online psychological support study

November 10, 2020
Researchers are looking to explore perspectives of people living with multiple sclerosis to better understand adjustment to diagnosis and the role of psychological support in the patient journey. The study’s findings will be used to inform the development of a psychological intervention for people with MS.

This online questionnaire study by researchers at the University of Reading in Reading, UK, is about the well-being, experience of living with an MS diagnosis over time, and the thoughts and experience of psychological support of study participants. The questions will take about 30 minutes to complete. There is an invitation at the end to leave an email address if you wish to be interviewed via Skype at a later date. 

Taking part in this online study is completely voluntary. Participants may decide to stop at any time without giving a reason. There may be questions that you may not wish to engage with and may be skipped over. This is an anonymously completed questionnaire. All responses are confidential and stored securely with access only to the principal investigator and research team.

To participate visit forms.gle/5YTssp4pDVFciYEe9.

If for any reason you have difficulty in completing this survey online and would like a copy of the survey on a word document to complete and return you may request the same from Hannah at H.Morris-Bankole@pgr.reading.ac.uk. Alternatively, if this might also be difficult participant can arrange to complete the survey verbally via Skype or Zoom. 

For more information, contact Hannah Morris-Bankole at h.morris-bankole@pgr.reading.ac.uk.

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