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Online survey: The Impact of Child and Adult Stressors on MS Disease Features

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Researchers at the University of Michigan are seeking participants to take a one-time online survey to learn more about how experiences of stress during childhood and adulthood could impact behavioral, mental, and physical health in people with MS. Learning about how traumatic stressors (e.g., abuse, neglect, losing a job) might trigger or impact MS features could guide future research and influence clinical practice to help improve the health and care services of people with MS.
 
You are invited to participate in a 20-30 minute online survey asking about your stressors throughout childhood and adulthood, in addition to features of MS such as the age you were when symptoms started, your experience with pain, fatigue, functionality, treatment, health behaviors, and social support including aspects of owning a pet.
 
In order to participate you must:
-Be at least 18 years old
-Have a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis
-Read English
 
Participants will be entered into a raffle for compensation.
 
If you would like to participate, please click this link:
https://redcap.link/Stressors-and-MS
 
If you have any questions, the Primary Investigator Carri Polick BSN RN CEN PhD Candidate can be reached at carris@med.umich.edu.

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