Chair: Dr Pushkar Shah, Consultant Neurologist, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
How easy is it to identify progressive MS?
The primary objective of this roadshow is to address the issue of defining and identifying progressive MS in a timely manner and how to use biomarkers to assist in this process. Another issue that will be addressed are the implications the provision of therapies for progressive MS will have for MS services, particularly remote MS services, in rural areas and the Scottish Isles.
Who is this MS Roadshow for?
Regional neuroscience centres. This meeting is limited to 15 places.
- 17:45 – Registration & introduction
- 18:00 – Self-monitoring: is it a solution to identify progressive MS early?
Dr Niall MacDougall
- 18:20 – Smouldering MS: can neurofilaments be the solution to undertreating MS?
Dr Sharmilee Gnanapavan, Barts and The London School of Medicine
- 18:40 – Managing patients with advanced MS remotely: the Highlands as a case study
Dr Javier Corad Artal
- 19:00 – A challenging case study
Dr Pushkar Shah
- 19:30 – Networking dinner (hot buffet)
- 20:30 – Close
What does the meeting cost?
Meeting materials and an evening meal will be provided.
The cost of car parking to attend the meeting will be reimbursed upon receipt of a valid parking ticket. Delegates travelling via train will be reimbursed the car parking fee equivalent towards their fare, upon receipt of a valid train ticket.
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This Roadshow has been sponsored by Novartis Pharmaceuticals UK Ltd. The sponsor has had no control over the educational content of this activity.