Welcome to the TaP-MS survey

Thank you for your interest in taking part in this online survey. This page aims to let you know more about the research project and how data from the research will be used. Once you have read the information below, and if you are still happy to take part, please tick the box confirming you agree to the terms of the research and are happy to proceed with the survey. If your disability prevents you from completing the survey online and your caregiver is completing the form on your behalf please could they do it with your responses.
About the TaP-MS survey

The aim of this international survey is to explore multiple sclerosis (MS) patients’ expectations and priorities in terms of their MS treatment. This survey is unique because it aims to find out patients’ beliefs and concerns about their MS treatment so we are able to understand and identify the main treatment expectations and priorities for people with MS.

How the data you provide will be used

Your information will provide us with key insights that will contribute to on-going research in MS and inform what future treatment should deliver. The results of this survey will be reported in a publication and will inform the transformation of MS treatment options to be more in line with patients’ unique needs and preferences. We will publish the findings on our website at www.sos-adherence.co.uk. At the end of the questionnaire participants are offered the opportunity to donate $20 to MS (www.ms.org.au).

This research is being conducted by Spoonful of Sugar (a behaviour change consultancy that specialises in helping patients make the most of their medicines) in collaboration with Bournemouth University, England, UK. Roche Ltd has provided a grant for this investigator initiated research to be carried out. Spoonful of Sugar has collaborated with people living with MS in the UK to co-create this survey. This market research is non-promotional in nature, and abides by all industry guidelines.

* Please indicate whether you accept the terms of the research provided above and if you would like to continue with the survey.

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