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The National MS Society is committed to delivering accurate and reliable information to everyone affected by MS, and subsequently reviews many requests for participation in MS surveys. Following is a list of surveys (mostly online) and other research studies seeking to recruit people with multiple sclerosis that has been reviewed by the Society and offered as information only, not an endorsement or recommendation. The surveys/studies are being conducted either by investigators seeking to answer scientific or health policy questions about MS, or by pharmaceutical or medical device companies conducting market research efforts to develop or improve products for people with MS. Further details about each survey/study, as well as contact information, are included below.


Job Accommodation Request Survey
Individuals who are aged 55 or older and need job accommodations are being sought for a study by researchers at the Florida State University to share perceptions of factors related to accommodation requests by answering a few questions about yourself, your organization (if applicable), and your abilities and emotions in the process. This survey will take about 20-30 minutes. The results will help service providers and employers to learn more about how to improve the job accommodation process for older workers, considering the fast trend in aging workforce.

Click here to complete the survey.


Religion and Spirituality in Chronic Illness Survey

Individuals diagnosed with a chronic illness and self-identify as religious and/or spiritual are being sought by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on the role of religion and spirituality in the coping process. The survey will take about 30 minutes to complete. Contact Katherine Becker (becker62@uwm.edu) if you have any questions.

Click here to complete the survey.


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