Dementia MasterClass Feedback

15 April, 2019 | Posted in:

With our next Dementia MasterClass set to run in November of this year we wanted to share previous delegate’s experiences of the course. The overall course was awarded the highest level, a ‘5’ by 97% of attendees for both its quality and relevance, with over 80% assigning a level ‘5’ to the extent to which […]

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MS 7.1 MasterClass: evaluated

12 April, 2019 | Posted in:

Our MS MasterClasses are well established as ‘the’ course for budding MSologists, from the foundation course for trainees and those just starting their journey in multiple sclerosis healthcare, through to our advanced course for consultants and specialists looking to deepen their specialism still further. This MS Foundation MasterClass, a delegate gave our educational course a […]

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Let’s raise the bar for MS services

28 March, 2019 | Posted in:

After ‘the Way Forward’ in November 2018, it was clear that whilst variation is perhaps not the enemy we initially thought, there are nevertheless a range of challenges facing the MS community around inequity and varied quality that need addressing. It was also clear that there are an array of potential ways to move forward, […]

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Our Palliative Care MasterClass – as evaluated by you

26 March, 2019 | Posted in:

Our Palliative Care MasterClass is one of our newest courses to date. Developed in response to delegate requests following Dr Ed Richfield’s course content on palliative care within the Parkinson’s MasterClass, the course goes into more depth and detail on the various aspects of palliative care in neurology from diagnosis to end of life. Examining […]

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Proud finalists of the HSJ Partnership Awards

22 March, 2019 | Posted in: ,

On Wednesday night we took our place amongst a host of brilliant organisations, all working in partnership with the NHS in various ways, all shortlisted for the HSJ Partnership Awards. The awards, designed to celebrate innovative, effective partnerships between the private sector, voluntary sector and health service, covered a variety of topics including education, service […]

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Brain Awareness Week 2019

11 March, 2019 | Posted in:

Brain Awareness Week (BAW) coordinated by the Dana Foundation, is an opportunity for partners around the globe to share their research and educate people of all ages and backgrounds about the brain and the promise of brain research. The Neurology Academy, as neurological educators, are keen to cover as broad a picture of a condition […]

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MS MasterClass project goes national

1 March, 2019 | Posted in:

Rachelle Shafei attended an MS MasterClass last year, and when selecting her intermodule project, took the opportunity to tackle an unmet need both locally and nationally – the prevention of listeriosis in MS patients receiving alemtuzumab. The disease-modifying treatment (DMT) is one of several that people with multiple sclerosis can use to slow or even […]

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Where neurology fits in the NHS long term plan

25 January, 2019 | Posted in:

On 7 January, the NHS launched their long term plan for the future of healthcare in our country. In his speech presenting the NHS Long Term Plan (2019), Simon Stevens, CEO of NHS England, noted that ‘this past year we have celebrated 70 years of the NHS… [this plan] is about our 80th.’ Outlining the […]

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