- MS Clinical Care Network(www.nationalMSsociety.org/MSClinicalCare) – a unique website for healthcare professionals involved in MS care, offering easy access to comprehensive information about MS management in a variety of formats; dynamic, engaging tools and resources for clinicians and their patients; and consultations and literature search services to support high quality clinical care.
- National MS Society Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis, Disease and Symptom Management App for mobile devices (http://www.nationalmssociety.org/ms-clinical-care-network/clinical-resources-and-tools/tools-to-support-your-practice/ms-diagnosis-management-for-mobile-devices/index.aspx) – a cost-free, unique tool that provides practicing clinicians with up-to-date and easy-to-reference information about the diagnosis and management of multiple sclerosis.
- MS Clinical Care Connection (http://www.nationalmssociety.org/ms-clinical-care-network/clinical-resources-and-tools/tools-to-support-your-practice/ms-professional-newsletter/index.aspx) – the National MS Society’s quarterly e-newsletter for healthcare professionals that highlights important clinical topics with links to the most recent peer-reviewed literature.
- For an overview of “all-things” MS ranging from symptom management, available and new therapies in the pipeline, research underway around the world, advocacy, education, and breaking news visit www.nationalMSsociety.org
- New clinical training program for physicians. The Institutional Clinician Training Award program provides 5 years of support for MS specialist physicians to train neurologists and physiatrists to become MS specialists. The program was developed in response to the critical need to increase the supply of physicians with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of MS. Deadline for applications is September 30th. Details: www.nationalmssociety.org/ms-clinical-care-network/clinical-resources-and-tools/education-and-training/fellowships-and-grants/index.aspx
- New Request for Proposals in Health Care Delivery and Policy Research Program. The Society is seeking grant proposals that address these new program priorities: the value of comprehensive MS care, the cost-effectiveness of MS treatment, what people with MS are looking for in terms of medical care, and how people with MS can participate actively in the development of research. Deadline for letters-of-intent is September 30th with full applications due January 8th. Details: http://www.nationalmssociety.org/ms-clinical-care-network/researchers/get-funding/health-care-delivery-and-policy-contracts/index.aspx
Please download the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s “Just the Facts” brochure by clicking on the following link;