Understanding the needs for smoking cessation in people with multiple sclerosis [recruiting clinicians only]
Type of Study/Intervention
Form of MS
Clinicians- both neurologists and MS nurses, treating MS of all kinds
Researchers from the University of Melbourne, Swinburne University and Cancer Council Victoria invite you to take part in an interview (face-to face, online or over the phone) to ask you questions about the benefits and disadvantages of smoking tobacco and what may help people with MS to quit smoking if they are interested in doing so. The interview will take no more than 60 minutes.
We would like to interview Neurologists and MS nurses who work with people who have MS of all kinds, including relapsing remitting MS, secondary progressive MS, primary progressive MS and clinically isolated syndrome.
Anticipated start date
15th September 2019
For further information or to arrange a time for participation, please contact Dr Assunta Hunter (Research Assistant) on [email protected] or 0421 679 154
NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS, SA, WA, NT, QLD
Other investigators include Dr Claudia Marck, Dr Lisa Grech and Prof Ron Borland.
26th September 2019