Queen Square Multiple Sclerosis

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About the course

Led by Professor Michael P Barnes MD FRCP

4th and 5th October 2018

33 Queen Square, London, WC1N 3BG

Most clinicians see people with MS, but many are not specialists in MS or neurology and, with increasing diagnostic dilemmas and treatment options, MS management can be daunting for the non-specialist. With this in mind, this course will cover key clinical issues in the diagnosis and treatment MS, serving as a timely update on this rapidly advancing field. It has been designed to be accessible to clinicians who are not neurologists (but should still be of interest to neurologists) or specialists in MS. The lecturers have all been chosen for their expertise and relevant experience in practice and research.

Sessions will cover:

  • Diagnosis and differential diagnosis of MS
  • First line disease modifying treatments
  • Disease modifying treatment escalation
  • Mutli-disciplinary team management
  • MS nursing services
  • Bladder and bowel management
  • Spasticity management
  • Neuropyschology of MS
  • Pathology of MS
  • Pathophysiology of MS
  • Clinically and radiologically isolated syndromes
  • Clinical course and prognosis in MS
  • NMO, aquaporin and MOG

GPs and Consultants - £100 for one day, £150 for both

Trainees and allied healthcare workers - £50 per day, or £75 for both

CPD accreditation will be applied for.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

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