School of Health & Social Care

A reliability study of a simple test of skin sensation on the sole of the foot in people with Multiple Sclerosis

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  • 27 April - 31 May 2018
  • 12.00PM - 11.00PM
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About | A reliability study of a simple test of skin sensation on the sole of the foot in people with Multiple Sclerosis



Why is this research question of such great interest?
Study aim:to investigate a simple skin sensation tests ability to consistently measure sensation on the sole of the foot in people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS).

What would be associated with a participation in this study?
• It would be necessary for you to participate in two sessions. These could be held at Teesside University, at your local MS group or alternatively in your own home.
• The first session would last approximately 85 minutes and the second approximately 60 minutes. The sessions would be between two and 10 days apart.


If you are interested in taking part contact:
Sarah Taylor, Graduate Tutor (PhD Student / Lecturer in Occupational Therapy)
Email: s.taylor@tees.ac.uk



  MS Foot Study (pdf - kb)

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