The Neurology Academy
The Neurology Academy (NA) is an innovative education provider for clinicians, specialist nurses and professions allied to medicine. The training programme focuses on both disease management and service transformation. Each priority condition is led by an Academic Faculty of practicing clinicians who operate within a separate disease focussed Academy.
Module 1: 3-4 December 2020
Halifax Hall, Sheffield University Campus
This MasterClass is taught as two modules. For dementia specialists from neurology or old age psychiatry and geriatricians or care of the elderly consultants.
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As the coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads, there is a clear need to advise patients with MS on what to do in relation to their treatment. The MS Academy will hold a series of webinars on what advice to give our patients with MS.
These meetings will be held as live video conferences for an interactive discussion with members of our Academy faculty. You are invited to join the video conference from your computer, tablet or phone.
The Parkinson’s Academy is holding a series of webinars to update clinical teams on what advice to give patients with Parkinson’s and where management strategies should be focussing. We will also hear first-hand from UK and international speakers their thoughts and actions on the pandemic.
The Dementia Academy is holding a series of weekly webinars to share experiences, resources and information regarding the frontline care and support of people with dementia and their care partners in the COVID-19 world.
The Neurology Academy, a finalist in the Best Educational Programme category, felt immensely proud to be shortlisted and were thrilled to see the range of innovative partnerships represented. Our entry for the HSJ Partnership Award was ‘Addressing variation in MS services nationally through clinical engagement and collaboration’.