Multiple Sclerosis Clinical Trial
My MS Toolkit: a Symptom Self-management Program for Multiple Sclerosis
My MS Toolkit is a web-based symptom self-management program for persons with multiple sclerosis.
This study is evaluating various aspects of My MS Toolkit and how it impacts symptom self-management in multiple sclerosis. The research team believe that the toolkit will be feasible, acceptable, and beneficial to participants.
Study participants will be asked to use a newly developed web-based symptom self-management program, called the My MS Toolkit, for 12 weeks. Participants will also be asked to complete online surveys throughout the study.
The My MS Toolkit includes 8 modules that describe symptom self-management strategies. Participants will explore the My MS Toolkit on their own, following the prompts and guides built into the program, and are encouraged to practice and apply the skills learned.
The study can be done from participants' homes using a reliable internet-connected device. No travel is required.
Have access to a reliable, internet-connected device (e.g. computer, tablet). (Note: this study is conducted electronically and is not location dependent.)
One or more of the following:
Moderate/moderately severe depressive symptoms
Presence of significant fatigue symptoms
Read, speak and understand English.
Significant cognitive impairment
Current psychotherapy for symptoms
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There is 1 Location for this study
Ann Arbor Michigan, 48109, United States
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