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triMS.online wins top award

Barts-MS rose-tinted-odometer: ★★★★★★ (A golden 6-star Thursday, #d4af37) The great news, our triMS.online conference won the industry Communiqué Award for ‘Excellence in Global Education Meetings/Stand-Alone Events’  last night. What started as an idea on this blog back in October 2016 became a reality in 2018 and is now hopefully a permanent fixture in the MS calendar. This was a real team...

#MSCOVID19: woods for the trees

Barts-MS rose-tinted-odometer: ★★★★ I am sure you know the term “I can’t see the woods (or the forest) for the trees”. This means you are unable to understand a situation clearly because you are too involved in it. I think this is what has happened to the MS community when it comes to managing multiple sclerosis during the coronavirus pandemic.  We are so fixated on the...

triMS.online: diversity and youth

Barts-MS rose-tinted-odometer: ★★★★★ What do you do you do when you realise that your baby has grown up!  Several years ago someone on this blog recommended launching OCTRIMS, i.e the Online Consortium of Treatment and Research In Multiple Sclerosis. I diligently registered the domain name and approached ECTRIMS for support and they said no they weren’t prepared to support an online offering...

#MSCOVID19: now for something completely different

I recently did a post that I called ZOOMED-OUT that was in response to spending too much time online in endless meetings, on webinars with information overload and preparing and watching too many didactic lectures. Therefore, we have changed the format of our next triMSx-online meeting into a Q&A session. If you are interested please register to find out more and to make the meeting more...

#MSCOVID19 – Managing MS during the COVID-19 pandemic

triMSx-online is hosting a webinar next Thursday, 30th April on the topic of managing MS during the COVID-19 pandemic. Things are moving so fast in terms of what is happening that we need some formal teaching course to keep everyone abreast with how to manage MS in these troubling times. Our MS services have been transformed by the pandemic and the way we use DMTs has also changed. Advice on how...

Management challenges in MS: immunology

Have you registered for our third global triMS.online virtual conference on 13 February 2020? The conference platform will open at 13:00 GMT, to allow delegates to explore the exhibit and poster halls. Those new to the area of MS may wish to join an educational session commencing at 13:30 GMT; the main scientific programme follows at 14:00 GMT. I predict online conferences are the future. The...

Paediatric-onset MS

As you are aware approximately 3% of people with multiple sclerosis develop their first symptoms in childhood and adolescence. As the incidence and prevalence of MS are increasing we are seeing more children and adolescents with the disease. Why? Relative to MS in adults, most neurologists and other healthcare professionals are unfamiliar with the diagnostic evaluation, clinical course, outcome...

Extinction-Rebellion

If you live in London you may have had your life interrupted over the last two weeks by the Extinction Rebellion protests. This is a serious environmental movement that wants us to act now to save the planet from environmental catastrophe. As part of the protest, my daughters have been giving me a hard time about my carbon footprint. They want to know if I am offsetting my air miles, which I do...

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