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Mark R. Wiegand
The value of patient education has been widely documented in various patient populations. The main focus of this study is to evaluate the timing of patient education in correlation with the time since diagnosis. The goal of this study is to make recommendations for the optimal time in which patient education should be delivered following a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis (MS). This study evaluates self-advocacy using the Patient Self-Advocacy Scale (PSAS) which was completed pre and post educational programs. This data, combined with demographic data was analyzed for any relationships. Although no statistically significant findings were established, many important trends in data were noted which support the need for patient education.
Miller, L. K. (2017). Dosing of Education for Patients Newly Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. [Doctoral project, University of St Augustine for Health Sciences]. SOAR @ USA: Student Dissertations Collection. https://doi.org/10.46409/sr.YHHO4369