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Short Survey
1. Does your country recognise MS Nurses as a nurse speciality?
2. Would you consider yourself a MS Nurse?
3. How much of your time is spent seeing MS patients: %
4. How much of your time is spent seeing non-MS patients: %
5. How many years have you been qualified as a nurse?   
6. How many years of practice have you spent seeing MS patients?   
7. How many people with MS are in your care, at any one time?
8. What proportion of people with MS in your care have:
Relapsing remitting MS %
Secondary progressive MS %
Primary progressive MS %
9. This e-learning training curriculum is accredited by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Accreditation for the award of continuing professional development credits. It is also Category 1 approved by the Bord Altranais agus Cnáimhseachais na hÉireann (Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI)) for the award of continuing education units. It has also been approved by the International Council of Nurses (ICN) for the award of International Continuing Nursing Education Credits (ICNECs).
      Please select the credit certificates you require:


Benchmarking Survey

1. How do you rate your understanding of the following areas:

MS demographics and classification
Signs, symptoms and clinical presentation
Diagnosis, diagnostic criteria, investigations and tests
Therapeutic treatments and relapse management
Nursing care of those affected by MS

2. How often do you provide advice on the following:

General wellbeing
Social and family support
Symptoms and medication management
Therapeutic treatments and rehabilitation services
Advice on employment, legal and insurance issues

3. How often do you provide education on the following:

General wellbeing
Social and family support
Symptoms and medication management
Therapeutic treatments and rehabilitation services
Advice on employment, legal and insurance issues

4. What level of knowledge and skills do you have to provide specialist education and advice to people affected by MS?

5. Have you had adequate training, education or mentorship to support you in your day-to-day role? If not, please specify reasons



Pretest

Please rate your level of agreement with the following statement:
The distribution of MS appears to have no relationship to geographical location and genetic background

How confident are you in explaining the pathophysiology of MS to your patients, to help them understand their MS?

Please rate your level of agreement with the following statement:
At the onset of MS, symptoms often include visual disturbance

How confident are you in identifying when a person with MS is experiencing a relapse or exacerbation?

Please rate your level of agreement with the following statement:
The brain stem is not a common location for lesions associated with MS

How confident are you in explaining the MRI procedure to your patients and how findings correlate with relapse and disease progression?

Please rate your level of agreement with the following statement:
Early initiation of treatment for MS is a potential means of slowing disease progression

How confident are you discussing with your patients the safety aspects of drugs currently used to manage MS?

Please rate your level of agreement with the following statement:
Pregnancy will accelerate the course of the MS

How confident are you in creating an individualised care plan for your patients with MS?