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Hi all,


I am a PhD student at the University College London Interaction Centre. I am interested to learn how people living with MS manage their individual symptoms in everyday life and how we could support these practices with new technologies.


I would like to invite you to participate in my interview study covering questions such as how you cope with your symptoms and whether you use any tools to track your health (e.g. paper diaries, spreadsheet software, mobile applications). The interview would take less than one hour and as a thank you for taking part you will receive a £20 voucher.


Please check out the detailed study advert:




If you would like to participate or have any questions, please get in touch ( a.ayobi@cs.ucl.ac.uk ).

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