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Survey Gathers Information to Help Develop Doctors’ Programs on MS Care

3/23/2010

A company that designs and creates educational programs to help doctors better treat their patients is looking for people with MS to participate in a survey. DKBMed, a non-accredited continuing education company, is working with the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine to develop new programs in multiple sclerosis. The main goal is to identify practice gaps in physicians’ treatment of patients with MS, and develop educational programs to close these gaps.

This short survey focuses on your own knowledge of MS and how you feel about the neurologist that treats you, or your loved one. Your responses to this survey are completely anonymous. No personal information and No email addresses are collected by this system.

 To participate in the survey go to: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/LDX8KPZ.



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