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July
21
2020

RECOVERING AND FUTURE-PROOFING UK MS SERVICES FOLLOWING COVID-19

21 July 2020, 5.30-6.30pm | Online webinar
In this webinar we will focus on how MS services are re-establishing themselves in the UK and the lessons that can be learned.

Merck in collaboration with UCLPartners invites you to the second ‘Recovering MS Services’ webinar for Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) and the MS clinical community – sharing insights and perspectives on how MS services can most effectively rebuild and operate safely and efficiently in the context of COVID-19.

In this webinar we will focus on how services are re-establishing themselves in the UK and the lessons that can be learned. Each panelist will deliver a short presentation, followed by a facilitated Q&A on the issues discussed.

SPEAKERS

RE-ESTABLISHING MS SERVICES – INSIGHTS FROM BARTS AND THE LONDON SCHOOL
Prof Gavin Giovannoni, Professor of Neurology at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry

RE-ESTABLISHING MS SERVICES – INSIGHTS FROM THE SALFORD ROYAL
Dr Tatiana Mihalova, Consultant Neurologist, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust

Charlie Davie, Consultant Neurologist, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

This non-promotional webinar is aimed at individuals within AHSNs who have an interest in MS services and the MS clinical community, including MS neurologists, MS nurses and pharmacists. The main points from this webinar series will be made available in a short report.

This webinar is aimed at individuals within AHSNs who have an interest in MS services and the MS clinical community, including MS neurologists, MS nurses and pharmacists. The main points from this webinar series will be made available in a short report.

This webinar and the associated report has been initiated, organised and funded by Merck Medical Affairs, in collaboration with UCLPartners. This is a non-promotional webinar.

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