How COVID-19 influenced MS Service in Hull – Implementation of Official Guidelines and Recommendations
This project was awarded runner-up .View more projects
All of our attendees carry out a piece of research in an area of MS clinical practice or treatment that interests them.
This snapshot, which was a runner up in the MS9 project awards, gives you a quick idea of what they found and why. If you want to learn more, just click through to the full poster, or follow the links within the snapshot.
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- the impact that COVID-19 had on the MS service in Hull,
- how guidance was implemented
- what improvements could be made.
- The MS service in Hull was affected by COVID across several domains.
- A change of practice plan was developed and implemented.
- Implementation of changes in unprecedented times is dependent on mental flexibility and proactive behaviours.
- Clear actionable planning was put in place across 5 domains to address change:
- staff redeployment / role changes
- access to MS specialist doctors and nurses
- access to treatment
- safety monitoring
- treatment decisions
- National guidance from the ABN, which evolved throughout the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, was followed.
- Some areas of improvement were identified.
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