Non-interventional, Non-interventional - Survey, Survey
ACT, NSW, NT, NZ, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
Primary progressive MS, Relapsing MS, Relapsing remitting MS, Secondary progressive MS
Focus groups using open-ended questioning to be conducted face-to-face or online (zoom/webex/microsoft teams) depending on the participants preferences, for approximately 60 minutes.
Participants will be provided with a $40 voucher upon completion of the focus group.
This study aims to explore the perceived needs and preferences of people living with MS regarding receiving nutrition-related care through their healthcare professionals. Findings from this study will be used to guide the development of an evidence-based MS nutrition-focused educational tool to support healthcare professionals in integrating nutrition education within routine healthcare consultations.
Participants must be adults (18+ years), diagnosed with MS and able to communicate using the English language or have a caregiver who can communicate on their behalf.
-Pregnant or lactating women with MS.
-Those with severe cognitive impairment preventing communication.
Shoroog Allogmanny – PhD candidate
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