International Journal of MS Care: November/December 2023 Highlights


Review the latest peer-reviewed articles dedicated to the multidisciplinary management of multiple sclerosis published in the International Journal of MS Care.

The International Journal of MS Care is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary, open access journal and the official journal of the Consortium of MS Centers. The journal strives to be useful and pertinent to all who are part of an MS care team, including physicians, nurses, therapists, and more.

As part of NeurologyLive's ongoing partnership with the CMSC, we're happy to spotlight some of the latest peer-reviewed articles published in IJMSC.

Care partners or caregivers play a pivotal role in the lives of those diagnosed with MS, providing essential physical, emotional, and social support. However, the unique challenges they face and the significant impact they have on both their loved ones with MS and society at large have not received the attention they deserve. This is one of the many reasons that IJMSC chose research on caregivers and care partners as the focus of its 2023 theme issue. The guest editor was Marcia Finlayson, PhD, OT Reg (Ont), OTR, a professor of rehabilitation therapy at Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada. In addition to the research articles, the issue features her interview of Kenneth Pakenham, PhD, emeritus professor of clinical and health psychology at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. With over 30 years in the field, his experience spans the past, present, and future of MS care partner research.

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