The Australian MS Longitudinal Study (AMSLS) research platform is available for researchers, MS state organisations or other stakeholders who can benefit from this resource. The AMSLS study can provide existing de-identified data and assist in collecting new data.
Scroll down for more information on data and survey requests and current AMSLS collaborative projects.
For background on current projects please refer to the ‘Current projects’ section in the AMSLS overview. Published study summaries can be found under the “Key findings” tab.
For a list or to request copies of past surveys please contact AMSLS.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Area of focus
Workplace wellbeing: Keeping those with MS happy in the workforce including looking at the interplay between disclosure of MS at work, support at work, and intention to quit.
Dr Claudia Marck
University of Melbourne
Modifiable Lifestyle Factors
Maximising healthy lifestyle decisions with the challenges of MS: Supporting diet, exercise, smoking and alcohol choices to optimise well-being.
Dr Yvonne Learmonth
Physical activity: Does it matter whether you live in a regional or remote area?
Dr Cynthia Honan
University of Tasmania
Maximising sleep: Examining factors that most influence sleep and assessing the impact on quality of life and daily functioning.
Professor Andrew Palmer
Menzies Institute for Medical Research
Health economic impact of MS: Examining the direct and indirect costs associated with MS to individuals and Australia in general.
Belinda Bardsley (President MS Nurses Australia)
Examining ways to maximise the availability and health care provided by MS Nurses