|Study Title:||Implementing Online Mindfulness-Based Interventions for People with Multiple Sclerosis|
|Rationale:||The purpose of this study is to identify the priorities among people with MS and other key stakeholders for the implementation of online mindfulness-based interventions at scale.|
|Study Description:||Researchers at the University Health Network (UHN) are looking for family members/loved ones/care partners of people living with MS who have experience (either their own or their family member/loved one/care partner living with MS) with mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) for a research study.|
Are you 18 years or older and are a family member/loved one/care partner of someone living with MS? Have you or your a family member/loved one/care partner living with MS previously participated in mindfulness based interventions (MBIs)? We would like to invite you to participate in our research study which is exploring peoples‘ priorities for implementing online mindfulness based interventions!
What the study involves:
- A one-time 45-60 minute telephone interview exploring you and your family member/loved one/care partner living with MS experiences with MBIs, including preferences, barriers and facilitators to participation, and perceived benefits or risks of taking part.
- To thank you for your time, you will receive a gift card.
- 18 years or older, family member/loved one/care partner of someone living with MS
- Prior experience with mindfulness based interventions
|Who can participate:||family member/loved one/care partner of someone living with MS|
|Trial Institution:||Sunnybrook Research Insitutute/University Health Network|
|Trial Investigator:||Dr. Robert Simpson|
|Contact Information:||Dorothy Luong