Providing trusted information

Good quality information is vital to empowering people with MND to make decisions to help them live better for longer. This year we have strived to improve the mechanism of national online information delivery to assist people in finding the information they need faster and more easily. 

Increase in mobile and tablet use          New MND Australia website

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In the past 12 months the MNDcare website had 21,562 visitors and a 10% increase in traffic since 2012–13. There was over 50% increase in mobile users. The bimonthly MNDcare enewsletter has 270 subscribers.

Work is currently underway to revamp and enhance accessibility of the MNDcare website, which is due to be launched late 2014.

MND research update

We know the MND community wants to keep abreast of new research. MND Australia has extended the reach of research news by emailing biannual research updates.  The most recent update, which featured the MNDRIA newsletter Advance and the MND Australia International Research Update was sent to 2300 MNDRIA subscribers and had an open rate of 46%.   

Providing trusted information

The Information Shared Services team, comprising representatives from state MND associations, has expanded our collection of information resources by including a new fact sheet on Cognitive and behaviour change in MND . We have also updated the clinical guide, Aspects of Care for the primary health care team. Contact your state MND association for a hard copy.


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