Understanding Needs for Exercise Engagement in Nonambulatory People with Multiple Sclerosis

Studies

Study Title: Understanding Needs for Exercise Engagement in Nonambulatory People with Multiple Sclerosis
Rationale: The research team is interested in identifying the exercise need of nonambulatory people with multiple sclerosis in order to provide better exercise programs for this population
Study Description: Researchers at the University of Ottawa are seeking male and female volunteers to participate in a in a voluntary study investigating the exercise needs of people with multiple sclerosis who use wheelchair and/or scooters for mobility. The study will be conducted in English. Volunteers living in Canada over the age of 18 with MS who use a wheelchair as their primary method of mobility may qualify. The study would involve an online survey that would take roughly 30 minutes to complete. Eligible volunteers will be compensated with a $10 online Amazon gift card for completing the survey. The survey may be accessed with this link: www.surveymonkey.ca/r/MS_Exercise_Survey
Recruitment Dates: 2021-01-20 to 2021-04-30
Who can participate: Individuals between 18 and 75 years old with multiple sclerosis who use wheelchair for mobility may be eligible to participate.
Location of Trial: University of Ottawa
Contact Information: Thomas Edwards
tedward2@uottawa.ca