Welcome to our project on
online lifestyle intervention for
people with Multiple Sclerosis.

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Do you have Multiple Sclerosis (MS)? 

We are seeking people with MS to be part of a study investigating  the effects of lifestyle recommendations delivered through an  online learning platform. 

Find out more about MS while contributing to important research  to help how people learn about and manage this disease. 

About the study

The study is being conducted by the University of Melbourne to investigate how lifestyle recommendations delivered through an online learning platform affect MS.

Participants will join a 6-week online program to learn more about how of diet, exercise, stress and other lifestyle factors influence MS. 

By participating in the project, you will be given the opportunity to connect with other people with MS and play an important role in research to improve how we understand and manage MS. 

FAQs

We are seeking people with MS to be part of a study investigating the effects of lifestyle recommendations delivered through an online learning platform. Find out more about MS while contributing to important research to help how people learn about and manage this disease. 

What is the study for?

The study aims to investigate how lifestyle recommendations delivered through an online learning platform affect MS.

Who is conducting the study?

This study is being conducted by Associate Professor Tracey Weiland at The University of Melbourne, Australia, in the School of Population and Global Health. 

What’s involved in being a participant?

The online course will run for 6 weeks. During this time, there are no formal assessments or minimum time investment required, which means you are free to navigate the course as you see fit. 

Prior to commencing the study, you will be asked fill-out a survey about your health and lifestyle. We will also ask that you fill this out again during the study to update us on any changes that arise from your participation in this project. 

Why should I get involved?

The course will give you the opportunity to connect with other people with MS and play an important role in research to improve how we understand and manage MS. 

How do I sign up?

If you would like further information about the study or the opportunity to participate, please visit lifestylemsoc.com.au, or you can contact our research team at lifestylemsoc@gmail.com. 

Thank you for considering this research opportunity and we look forward to working with you into the future.

Contact

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Email
william.bevens@unimelb.edu.au

Phone
+61 3 9035 8101

Address
Level 3, 235 Bouverie St,
Carlton VIC 3053

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