This course is the ultimate in specialism development and requires attendees to have a strong background and experience in MS as a starting point. Ideal for neurologists and healthcare professionals who already have a specialist interest in MS, this course is suited to those who, for example, are currently prescribing or managing patients on disease-modifying treatments (DMTs), are working in a unit that prescribes MS therapies, or are MS nurse specialists who have been practicing for at least three years in that role.
Our in-depth and practically-applicable learning tackles specific issues around the management of MS, such as de-risking MS DMTs or tackling the variation in MS care or service access in the UK. Course attendees are already equipped with a strong understanding of MS, including clinical management, patient experience and optimal treatment and service support.
To complete the course: Delegates must complete all aspects of module 1, the inter-module project, and module 2 to gain their certificate. Projects, which should epitomise learning in practice and focus on an unmet need locally, will be presented to their peers and faculty within module 2.
The course is fully funded including travel allowance for clinicians practising in the UK.
Upcoming MSologists MasterClasses
MSologists MasterClass 9 – Module 1
06/11/2019 - 08/11/2019
MSologists MasterClass 9 – Module 2
21/05/2020 - 22/05/2020
How are the courses taught?
The courses are taught through a range of learner-centred methods including formal lectures, interactive workshops, and an intermodule project. Additional seminars and learning opportunities will be undertaken more locally with your mentor and through distance learning. Learners must complete an intermodule workplace service project during the six/eight month break before returning to Module 2 to present their findings.
A note from our Academic Director, Prof Gavin Giovannoni:
‘To cement the learning objectives from your first MasterClass module, its essential that you complete a project that builds on that learning.
Choose a project that addresses an unmet need in your local service, and find something that sparks your interest. Talk it through with your mentor – or come find me at module 1. We don’t want you to choose something ‘quick and easy’ or to present a proposal or case discussion. Without this project you cannot pass the course or receive your CPD certificate – but we don’t want you to look at it as a ‘tickbox’ to complete. We want to see you putting you’re learning into practice.
Our ambition is for your projects to be the catalyst for change in your practice – to see them improve outcomes for people with MS.’
Needing some project inspiration or wondering what past delegates have done? Take a look at our Snapshots or read about the work of some of our faculty members from the flagship Parkinson’s Academy established 16 years ago.
What will it cost?
The courses are fully funded which includes accommodation on the nights during Module 1 and if required the night prior to the course. Accommodation is available for the night prior to Module 2. Your travel grant will be discussed once your application has been approved and is for UK delegates only. Please note, international delegates are responsible for their own travel arrangements.
We welcome International delegates on the MS courses, however there is a charge of £1000 including VAT for each place, you are also required to cover your own travel costs. Your fee will cover accommodation during the MasterClass, meals, course materials and sessions over the 3 days and for the return of the module 2. Please note that there may be bank charges with your transfer of funds, so please do ensure you contact us prior to making any payment.
This activity has been supported by a sponsorship from Biogen Idec Ltd, Roche Products Ltd, Merck Serono Ltd and Sanofi Genzyme. The sponsors have had no control over the educational content of this activity.