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MS Ireland
15 May 2024

What Young People with MS Have To Say

In early 2023, MS Ireland undertook a comprehensive survey aimed at delving into the experiences and needs of young adults aged 18 to 35 living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). The survey, which 126 people responded to, sought to gauge awareness of and engagement with MS Ireland, experiences at the time of diagnosis, challenges faced, and suggestions for improvement. 

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University of Limerick - Nicola O’Malley PhD Student
11 Apr 2024

Update: Falls Prevention Study

University College Limerick conducted a study with the aim of gaining consensus on a core outcome set for evaluating mixed diagnosis falls prevention interventions for people with Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease and Stroke. 

MS Ireland
13 Mar 2024

The All Ireland Multiple Sclerosis Research Network (AIMS-RN) Summer Fellowship Programme is Now Open for Applications

The AIMS Research Network will provide talented undergraduate students with the opportunity to acquire experience in multiple sclerosis (MS) research during the summer of 2024. The aim of the award is to encourage promising undergraduates to consider a research career focused on MS and make discoveries that can ultimately halt disease.

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MS Ireland
21 Feb 2024

Survey for health professionals experienced in the care of people with PPMS

MS Ireland would like to invite relevant health professionals to participate in our web-based survey as part of a European study "Needs of People with Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis" (NIPS). The study is led by the University of Lübeck in cooperation with the Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg and partners from the Czech Republic, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Spain, and the UK. The NIPS study is funded by the European Research Network: "Rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis" (RIMS) (https://www.eurims.org/).

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