Oct 29, 2012
Employment Study for Individuals Living With MS
Investigators at Seton Hall University are conducting a research study investigating the emotional and physical factors that may have an impact on an individual’s employment status, following a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS). They are recruiting US citizens between the ages of 25-50 who are diagnosed with MS, were engaged in paid employment at the time of MS diagnosis and are currently experiencing a relapsing-remitting course of MS.
The study will require a maximum time commitment of 30 minutes from each participant. Participants will complete a demographic questionnaire and the following assessments: the Revised Stress Related Growth Scale, the Multiple Sclerosis Self-Efficacy Scale, the Career Self-Efficacy Scale and the American version of Guy’s Neurological Disability Scale. Participation in this study is completely voluntary and individuals may withdraw from the study without any penalty, at any time. To ensure anonymity, each participant will complete an anonymous on-line survey through Survey Monkey.
Click here to go to the survey. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
As a service and courtesy to you, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Georgia Chapter (NMSSGA) wants to inform you of this opportunity. The NMSSGA has had no role in developing the content for this study. The NMSSGA respects your privacy and does not disclose your personal information to third parties.
To participate in this study, please use the number provided above.