Therese Burke has been working as a Clinical Nurse Consultant in MS for over 15 years and as a researcher in the MS field for over 20 years, at Westmead, a major Sydney teaching Hospital. Therese is currently in the last months of working full time on a PhD by research using qualitative methodology. The study explores the experience for people living with RRMS in the modern day with so much information, so many treatments and so many choices. Therese has a passion for educating people and families living with MS, particularly at the start of the journey, and has co-authored an international paper on the evolving role of the MS Nurse. In the research sphere, she has been the Principal Investigator on several Nurse-led research projects and co-Investigator on many more. Therese has been involved with the International Multiple Sclerosis International Certification Board as a board member for the last 7 years and is the current Immediate Past President, a role she enjoys very much. Therese is also interested in ethics in MS research and has been an Institutional Human Research Ethics Board member for many years.