The workplace project – putting learning into practice

We want our education to be impactful, transforming an individual's practice - and through that, the team or service they work within. Intermodule projects are a core part of the education we offer, providing an opportunity to reinforce learning, test new knowledge and skills and improve local services.

Attendees have free reign over their project which must meet a local need, and they present their work back to their peers at module two of the course, and the class chooses a winning project.

We believe that one of the best ways to learn something is from others who have already learned it. We'd encourage you to have a look through the extensive 'back catalogue' of previous projects to find one addressing a similar need to the one in your area, or to learn how others have overcome obstacles you might face.

'Workplace projects give a space for the MasterClass's challenging learning outcomes to change things at a grassroots level and then to keep changing them - and this is what makes a difference to people with Parkinson’s.’
Dr Peter Fletcher, academic director & founder of Parkinson's Academy


Spotlight Projects


Multiple Sclerosis relapses: improving patient education
By Nicole Japzon, Neurology Physician Associate Band 7, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust & Flordeliza Madriaga, MS Clinical Nurse Specialist, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Patient engagement to inform changes in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) services in City and Hackney August 2022
By Sarah German, MS Specialist Practitioner Band 7, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Improvement of bone health assessment in idiopathic Parkinson's disease
By Dr Joshua Drake, Geriatric Speciality Doctor, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust

All projects


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Immunoglobulins levels in ocrelizumab therapy- UHS data
By Virginia Raluca Vasilescu, Clinical fellow in multiple sclerosis, University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust
Feasibility of incorporating OCT into routine MS care in a clinic setting
By Charmaine Yam, Clinical research fellow, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Observations of the lifestyle factors of people with Multiple Sclerosis in Sheffield
By Gavin Brittain, Neurology registrar and clinical research fellow, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Cognitive impairment and assessment
By Louise Pawson, MS nurse, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Polypharmacy whose responsibility is it
By Lisa Perfect, MS clinical nurse specialist, Lewisham and Greenwich NHS trust
Multiple Sclerosis service review impact of employing a DMT coordinator
By Helen Willis, MS clinical nurse specialist, Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust
Moving an established community Multiple Sclerosis team into Epsom General Hospital exploring opportunities for service development
By Anna Sprigings, MS specialist practitioner, Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust
Unveiling urgent neurology admissions in PwMS
By Beili Shao, Specialist registrar, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Improving the time frame of verifying outpatient clinic letters
By Lisa Marsh, MS nurse specialist, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
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