Modern Thinking in MS Management

Posted in Courses & Conferences on 4th Mar 2019

Modern Thinking in MS Management – An educational meeting organised and funded by Teva UK Limited, open to Consultants, Nurses and Specialist Registrars with an interest in Multiple Sclerosis

Course details: Friday (eve) 07 & Saturday 08 June 2019
Venue: Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, London, UK
Published online: 4/3/19


Teva UK Limited would like to invite Multiple Sclerosis (MS) specialists to attend the seventh annual Modern Thinking in MS Management meeting in London. An educational meeting open to Consultants, Specialist Registrars and Nurses specialising in MS.

For the past six years, we have been joined by some of the leading national MS experts, sharing research and best practice as well as partaking in some excellent debates. This year’s meeting will build on the success of previous meetings with scientific plenary and interactive sessions on sexual health and pregnancy in MS, progressive MS, relapsing and remitting MS and challenging symptoms.

This meeting will be Chaired by Professor Carolyn Young from Liverpool and Ms Noreen Barker from London, CME accreditation points will be applied for.

To register your interest in attending this meeting, please e-mail the meeting Secretariat at registration@modernthinkinginms.com and you will be notified once registration has opened on the meeting website.

Please note that this meeting has a limited number of places available. Your place will not be guaranteed until you receive e-mail confirmation of your registration from the meeting Secretariat.

Your personal details will only be used for the purpose of this meeting. Teva UK Limited will not sell, share or otherwise distribute your personal data to third parties outside Teva UK Limited.

Teva UK Limited, Ridings Point, Whistler Drive, Castleford, WF10 5HX

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Date of Preparation: February 2019

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