Sunday 17 to Tuesday 19 March 2024, Leonardo Hotel and Conference Venue, Hinckley Island
MS Trust conference
Annual conference 2024
The MS Trust conference is a fantastic event for MS health professionals. It provides an opportunity to learn about the latest treatments, therapies, developments in clinical practice and research from world-class key opinion leaders as well as share expertise and focus on improving care for everyone affected by Multiple Sclerosis.
We continuously revise our educational programme to meet current demands and in 2024 we will emphasise the significance of meaningful interactions for individuals with Multiple Sclerosis, ensuring every contact counts whilst incorporating sustainability as a guiding principle throughout the curriculum.
Educational programme 2024
Consultations in Practice: Every Contact Counts
The provisional educational programme is available here.
Conference bursary scheme
To help fund your conference attendance, the MS Trust offers generous bursary schemes covering up to 80% of the cost of the three-day package. These bursaries are for MS nurses and allied health professionals who work regularly with people with MS and mean that you could pay as little as £128.40 (inclusive of VAT) for the three-day event.
To apply please complete this online bursary application form
If you are eligible for a bursary, you will be sent an email outlining details and the funding code that you need to use to register online.
- There are a limited number of bursaries available so early application is advised
- Bursaries will be allocated on a first come first served basis
- Bursaries are only available if you are booking to attend for the full three days
- If you cancel your place after you have registered a cancellation charge may apply
- Please be aware that individuals presenting via a symposium will not be eligible for a bursary
- Payment must be made by credit or debit card at the time of booking as there is no option to request an invoice
Conference registration is now open!
To register please complete this online registration form
Early bird sign up
Have you ever attended a seminar and wished they had covered certain aspects of the topic they hadn’t? Have you ever had specific questions you would have liked addressed?
Well for conference 2024, we are giving you the opportunity to shape the content of the seminars you choose to attend!
If you are an ‘early bird’ and sign up before Thursday 30 November, you will receive an invitation to submit your content suggestions and questions to the speakers ahead of time.
Full instructions will be sent in your booking confirmation email.
The MS Trust conference poster exhibition provides an opportunity to showcase examples of excellence in research, evidence and practice in MS care.
Posters will be displayed throughout the conference and there is time in the programme for poster authors to respond to delegate questions.
The core theme of conference 2024 focuses on the significance of meaningful interactions for individuals with Multiple Sclerosis, ensuring every contact counts. Alongside this, we are also incorporating sustainability as a guiding principle throughout the curriculum. Submitted posters are encouraged to be aligned with these themes.
How to get to conference
The MS Trust conference will be held at the Leonardo Hotel and Conference Venue (formerly known as Jurys Inn Hinckley Island). Located just off the M69 motorway between Leicester and Coventry, Hinckley Island is easy to reach by rail, road or air.
Postcode LE10 3JA
- 2 miles from Hinckley railway station
- Less than one hour from London Euston via Nuneaton station
- Located just off the M69, Junction 1
- Easily accessible from M6 and M1motorways
- There is ample complimentary onsite parking.
- 30 minutes from East Midlands Airport
- 40 minutes from Birmingham International Airport
Code of Conduct
The MS Trust wants to provide a harassment-free event experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack of), or technology choices. Attendees, speakers, sponsors, staff, contractors, and volunteers at MS Trust events must adhere to the MS Trust code of conduct, which embodies our values as a charity.
For more information, please read our code of conduct.