Online Survey for People with MS Examines How Uncontrolled Laughing and Crying Affects Quality of Life
Robert Spencer, MS, and colleagues at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, are seeking participants for an online survey that examines how uncontrolled laughing and crying a symptom of multiple sclerosis affects the quality of life of people with MS.
This 15-minute survey requires the joint participation of an individual with MS and someone who has regular contact with that person. The survey begins with a brief explanation of the study and a consent document. The survey asks questions of the individual with MS and concludes with questions for the person who interacts with them on a regular basis. All questions concern the health, quality of life, and emotional experiences of the individual with MS.
- Study participation is voluntary and anonymous. No identifying information will be collected.
- Both participants must be 18 years of age or older.
- E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for study-related questions.
To participate, click the following link and complete the survey.