In this survey, you will be asked to share your views on which questions should be prioritized for research using systematic reviews.
Systematic reviews are used to look at all the scientific evidence available on a particular topic, summarising the results from all the research that exists and to answer a specific question in an objective, transparent and systematic way.
The survey includes 4 steps:
- Select up to 3 questions you think are the most important and rank your 3 choices
- Tell us more about your choices
- If you don’t see a question that is important to you or the people you offer care to, add your question and tell us more
- Tell us about you and submit
Thank you for participating. Your views are important.
We are asking for your help to identify the most important questions on Multiple Sclerosis that should be addressed by updated and new systematic reviews over the next 3 years by the Cochrane Review Group: Multiple Sclerosis and Rare Diseases of the Central Nervous System.
Cochrane is a global independent network of researchers, professionals, patients, carers and people interested in health. Cochrane’s work is internationally recognized as the benchmark for high-quality information about the effectiveness of health care.
Our core team (Editorial Base), in collaboration with the Cochrane Neurological Sciences Field, has created a list of 16 questions for possible systematic reviews that we believe are important for the care of people with Multiple Sclerosis. The 16 questions have been approved by the Steering Group of this priority setting project.
We need your help to prioritise this list.
Please think about how important the 16 questions are to you by first selecting your top 3 (three) and then ranking them. You can choose fewer than three questions if you wish. You can suggest your own question later in the survey.
Your participation in the survey is on a voluntary basis. No payments are offered to complete the questionnaire.
The survey is anonymous: you won’t be asked to provide personal information or information that will allow you to be identified. Please indicate your consent for us to use your responses in this project by selecting the box below.
Time to complete the survey will vary depending on how much you want to say. We anticipate it will take around 10-20 minutes. If you prefer, you may ask someone to help you complete the survey.
For more information on this survey, please see the Topic Prioritisation page.
Note: all fields with a red asterisk (*) are mandatory