Poster submissions for the 'MS Service Provision in the UK' meeting
We are showcasing success stories of work across the country and providing a forum for sharing best practice. All MS centres with representatives at the 'MS Service Provision in the UK: Raising the Bar' meeting are invited to share an example.Please share how you have improved your local MS service and how others can learn from your experience by:
- Creating a poster, following the layout guidance provided
- Sending an electronic copy of your poster to Neurology Academy by the deadline of 28th June, 11:00 am (The Academy will print your poster and organise the display of this on the poster boards on your behalf)
- Creating 3 PowerPoint slides for presentation at the event in case your service development is chosen for open discussion at the meeting.
Poster layout guidance:
- Vertical presentation; dimensions of DIN A1: 594 mm (width) x 841 mm (height)
- Title, author and address (on the upper edge, across the width of the whole poster)
- The title should be emphasised by the use of a bold typeface. This writing should be easily readable at a distance of 2 – 3 metres.
- Must include sections:
- Objective (unmet need being addressed)
- Service development and/or methodology
- The text can be broken up by the inclusion of drawings, charts and photos.
- Please note any disclosures or conflicts of interest (e.g. grant support, consultancy, membership on advisory councils, speaker’s bureau) and source of funding.
- References (limit this to no more than 5 key references)
- You may like to bring handouts for distribution to interested delegates to promote your project.
- Material to affix the posters will be provided. Please don’t forget to remove your poster at the end of the meeting.
- Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
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MS Academy was established five years ago and in that time has accomplished a huge amount. The six different levels of specialist MS training are dedicated to case-based learning and practical application of cutting edge research. Home to national programme Raising the Bar and the fantastic workstream content it is producing, this is an exciting Academy to belong to.