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Online Study of the Impact of Multitasking on Community Mobility and Fall Risk

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Online Study of the Impact of Multitasking on Community Mobility and Fall Risk

Researchers at the University of Vermont are interested in exploring how performing cognitive and mobility tasks together influence fall risk and community involvement in adults with MS. Interested individuals will be asked to complete a survey that includes questions regarding walking ability, multitasking, community participation, fatigue and energy, mobility confidence, physical activity, and quality of life.

Participants should be people diagnosed with MS, over the age of 18, who are ambulatory with or without assistive devices.

This survey should take about 30-45 minutes to complete. Your participation is entirely voluntary and the survey completely anonymous.

If interested, please click here for the survey: https://redcap.med.uvm.edu/surveys/?s=MKR8P9EMT7
 
Any questions concerning the research or your participation should be directed to the study’s principal investigator, Dr. Susan Kasser, Department of Rehabilitation and Movement Science, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT at Susan.Kasser@med.uvm.edu

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