Delays in the MS path
We are aware that there is a lot of variability in the time it takes for pwMS to be referred to a neurologist, to complete a diagnostic work-up, be given a diagnosis of MS and to start a treatment. To see what is acceptable to you can you please complete this short survey? Thank you.
Barts-MS
What is an acceptable delay from making MS symptoms known to your GP, family doctor, or primary care physician to being referred and seen by a neurologist (days)?
To simplify the analysis please answer in days. For weeks use multiples of 7 and for months multiples of 30; e.g. 56 days for 8 weeks and 180 days for 6 months.
What is an acceptable wait to have a diagnostic MRI and lumbar puncture (days)?
To simplify the analysis please answer in days. For weeks use multiples of 7 and for months multiples of 30; e.g. 56 days for 8 weeks and 180 days for 6 months.
What is an acceptable wait to see the neurologist to receive the diagnosis after completing the diagnostic tests (days)?
To simplify the analysis please answer in days. For weeks use multiples of 7 and for months multiples of 30; e.g. 56 days for 8 weeks and 180 days for 6 months.
If you have not already seen an MSologist what is an acceptable wait to see an MSologist after being diagnosed with MS (days)?
To simplify the analysis please answer in days. For weeks use multiples of 7 and for months multiples of 30; e.g. 56 days for 8 weeks and 180 days for 6 months.
What is an acceptable wait to see a MS nurse specialist or other HCP for further education and counselling about MS (days)?
To simplify the analysis please answer in days. For weeks use multiples of 7 and for months multiples of 30; e.g. 56 days for 8 weeks and 180 days for 6 months.
What is an acceptable delay after having been recommended a DMT to actually starting treatment (days)?
To simplify the analysis please answer in days. For weeks use multiples of 7 and for months multiples of 30; e.g. 56 days for 8 weeks and 180 days for 6 months.
Do you agree with the statement that 'Time is Brain'?
Country of residence
Comment
Disclaimer
No personal identifiers will be collected as part of this audit. By completing this survey you are consenting to the data you provide being analysed by Professor Giovannoni and the MS Team at Barts Health NHS Trust. Results of this survey will be analysed, written-up, presented to the Barts-MS team and may be submitted for publication.
Submit
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This form was created inside of Gavin Giovannoni. - Terms of Service - Additional Terms