Featured in this feed are blogs written for and by health and social care professionals working with people affected by MS.
Topics covered include everything from service development to care for people with advanced MS, from use of technology in MS care to career development for MS specialists. Would you like to write a blog for us? Do you have any ideas for topics you'd like to see? Get in touch and let us know!
There are only a few days left to register for the MS Trust Virtual Conference! Even though we can't all be together in person, here are ten reasons why you don't want to miss it.
The MS Trust Virtual Conference 2021 begins in a couple of weeks. Here we've compiled a few tips to help you make the most out of it.
Recently we held the MS Trust Virtual Summit study day. In this blog Paru Naik, Director of Health Professionals Programmes, reflects on the study day.
In these uncertain times, health professionals are having to come up with new and innovative ways to support people with MS. Here, Tania Burge writes about how she's been delivering physio to her patients virtually and what's she learnt from this new way of working.
After a brief interlude, Quality in the Delivery of Services (QuDoS) in MS is back to celebrate the work of healthcare professionals working in multiple sclerosis. Find out how you can get involved in this blog post.
Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist Lynn Watson from the Swansea Neuro Inflammatory Service describes how their team participated in a study aimed at getting the most out of patient annual reviews by using the MS Self-Reported Assessment Tool.
Ben Dorward, lead neurosciences pharmacist at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, describes his project - to jointly develop an IT system that links prescription management to blood monitoring and can be accessed by the MS and pharmacy teams.
Specialist Neurological Occupational Therapist Emma Royal explains how her service undertook a project which looked at overcoming barriers to progressing with rehabilitation, using applied behavioural change theory.
On Friday 20 April, PharmaPhorum hosted a webinar for health professionals in MS. The topic was Digital Health: how can technology be used to engage hard-to-reach patients and assist with patient monitoring? This blog summarises the discussions and topics covered during the webinar.
How can MS Health Professionals provide a safe, constructive space in which to discuss the problems people may be experiencing around sex, sexuality and intimacy? And how can Health Professionals feel more comfortable talking about this themselves? Nicki Abel, Lesley Catterall, and Denise Middleton, MS specialist nurses, are here to help...