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Researcher seeks minorities with MS for survey

2/19/2015

Medical education researcher Gregory Salinas, Ph.D., director of Research and Assessment of CE Outcomes, is conducting a survey of minority individuals with multiple sclerosis to understand their specific challenges as well as informational and educational needs. The purpose of the research is to develop a report/publication to inform supporters of patient education of the real-world needs within their community.

A $20 gift card is being offered for complete responses to the final survey, which should take no more than 10-15 minutes. Responses will be considered confidential and will not linked back to participants in any way.

United States residents who identify as African American/black or Hispanic/Latino, are 21 years of age or older, and are interested in participating in this study, please follow the link http://bitly.com/17yepo. You will need the following code to access the survey: MSF103.



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