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MS Treatment Decisions and Social Media

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University of Nottingham  - Volunteers Required


We are currently researching how people with Multiple Sclerosis use social media in treatment decisions and are looking for participants who are willing to tell us about their experiences. 


Are you 18 or above? 

Have you been diagnosed with MS (any type)? 

Do you use social media to find out about MS? 

Are you willing to be interviewed?    

Interviews can take place face to face, online or over the phone and will last about one hour. 


For more information, contact Caitlin Sorrell msxcs11@nottingham.ac.uk 

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