Studies

Study Title: A needs assessment to inform the development of a dyadic physical activity program for people with MS who have moderate to severe disability and their caregivers
Study Description: Leisure–time physical activity is beneficial for all people, yet people affected by MS may find regular engagement in leisure–time physical activity challenging. These people may include individuals with the disease who have moderate to severe disability and their family caregivers.

Researchers from Queen’s University are conducting a study to identify concerns and priorities for physical activity programming among people with MS who have moderate to severe disability and their family caregivers.

Being in this study will involve participating in an online survey that will take about 25 minutes to complete.

If you would like more information, contact us on 1-855-533-3407 toll-free or a.farotimi@queensu.ca. If you are interested in participating, please complete the survey online using one of the QR codes or links below. Please be advised that the surveys are in English only.

People with MS



http://queensu.fluidsurveys.com/s/peoplewithMS/

Family caregivers



http://queensu.fluidsurveys.com/s/familycaregivers/
Recruitment Dates: 2016-04-06 – 2016-10-31
Who can participate: Eligible individuals must be 18 years or older, self-report a diagnosis of MS with moderate to severe disability.
Location of Trial: Ontario
Contact Information: Afolasade Fakolade – a.farotimi@queensu.ca
Trial Funding: MS Society of Canada