Bushfires and COVID-19: Researchers want to hear from you


A survey has just launched to track the impact of COVID-19 on people with MS in Australia as part of the Australian MS Longitudinal Study (AMSLS), which is one of MS Research Australia’s collaborative research platforms and is a survey-based research study running since 2001.

This new COVID-19 survey complements data collected by neurologists, tying in with the international efforts and giving people with MS a voice through this pandemic.

Who is the survey for? People living with MS who live in Australia.

To take part or to find out more, click here


The University of Melbourne and Murdoch University researchers are carrying out a survey which aims to understand:

1. Issues experienced by, and information needs of, people with MS during the COVID-19 pandemic and the Australian bushfires

2. Ways to mitigate the impacts of crises in the MS community

The survey is led by Yvonne Learmonth at Murdoch University – she is keen for those who work for MS organisations to also complete this survey (as an MS advocate).

Who is the survey for? People who live in Australia and have MS, or a healthcare provider, disability support worker, advocate, or a carer for someone with MS.

To take part or to find out more, click here

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