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Harvard Mindfulness Lab seeks participants for MS study

10/9/2014

The Langer Mindfulness Lab at Harvard University is conducting research about the psychological and emotional challenges and opportunities for patients and caregivers that accompany the physical challenges of multiple sclerosis. The study is intended to help practitioners design new interventions to improve the quality of life for patients and their caregivers.

People who have MS, along with their primary caregivers, are invited to join this study. Participation is voluntary. The program requires access to a computer and Internet as well as other eligibility criteria. Those who meet the eligibility criteria will participate in a 4-week online program. 

To apply to join the study, visit harvard.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_7OJdCpWxHAoQsx7.

For additional information, please contact Deborah Phillips at dphillips@fas.harvard.edu or Francesco Pagnini at pagnini@fas.harvard.edu.

This research program is funded through a grant from the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation.



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