The workplace project – putting learning into practice

Taking practical education to a fundamental level, every two-module MasterClass includes an intermodule project as a mandatory part of the course. An opportunity to test new knowledge and skills and to improve local services, delegates are offered mentorship and encouraged to support their peers as they continue to develop their specialism in a way that directly impacts their patient's outcomes.

Attendees have free reign over this project. It might be service delivery, patient management or drug treatments, and it could take the form of a service description, an audit, or another form of research. It should meet a local need.

When complete, the project closes with a presentation to the other course members, faculty, and often their managers, commissioners or other people of influence in their area. The group chooses a winner and runner up who receive an award at an evening event.

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Streamlining the local Multiple Sclerosis Disease Modifying Therapy MDT
By Mark Maskery, ST4 Neurology, Royal Preston Hospital  in  Medication
Telehealth is for Life, not just the Pandemic
By Katherine McGuigan, MS Clinical Nurse Specialist, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde  in  Digital health solutions
An audit on the use of MRI in the monitoring and management of patients with Multiple Sclerosis
By Linford Fernandes, Neurology clinical research fellow, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust  in  Service audit
Remote monitoring in people with Multiple Sclerosis during the COVID-19 pandemic
By Dr Andrea Stennett, Barts Health NHS Trust and Wolfson Institute of Preventative Medicine  in  Service development
Service Evaluation of Multiple Sclerosis Regional Online Multi-Disciplinary Team Referral System
By Vanessa Eustace, Neurosciences Pharmacist, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust  in  Service audit
Evaluation of a New Clinical Management Pathway for Patients Referred to the Plymouth Multiple Sclerosis Service
By Dr Tanya King, Post Doctoral Research Assistant, University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust  in  Diagnosis & assessment
‘I’m fine thanks, you?’ – An audit of the assessment of cognitive impairment in a regional neurology center
By Dr Sara Leddy, Academic Clinical Fellow, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust  in  Cognition
Improving prompt access to Community MS nursing service
By Paula Cole, CNS Multiple Sclerosis, West London NHS Trust  in  Service development
Clinical impact of Ocrelizumab dosing delays and their association with CD-19+ B-cell repletion during the COVID-19 pandemic
By Dr Nitin Sahi, Neurology SpR, University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust  in  Medication
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