MS Brain Health December 2018 Newsletter

Overcoming MS endorses policy report 

Global charity, Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis (OMS), has become the latest organization to endorse the policy report, Brain health: time matters in multiple sclerosis

Gary McMahon, CEO of OMS, commented, “It’s so important that we, and all relevant stakeholders, work together to raise awareness of the importance of early diagnosis, treatment and equally important lifestyle changes, to offer hope of a brighter future for people with MS.”

The report, available in English and German, has now been endorsed by 50 professional organizations and advocacy groups.


Quality standards gaining international attention  

Last month we announced the publication of International consensus on quality standards for brain healthfocused care in multiple sclerosis, in which we outline a timeline for key steps in the MS care pathway.

We are delighted to see that this publication has been gaining wide attention online. It has been ranked in the top 5% of ‘most talked about’ research outputs and shared across the globe.

If you haven’t read it yet, download and share with your colleagues!


Successful exhibition at new online MS conference

We were pleased to exhibit at the first triMS.online conference, chaired by Prof Gavin Giovannoni. Thank you to the 57 attendees who visited the MS Brain Health booth during the event. 

If you missed this global, virtual conference for healthcare professionals and MS researchers, all the presentations and exhibition stands are available to view until 25 December: www.trimsonlineconference.com.

The second triMS.online conference, Current concepts in paediatric MS, takes place on 2 April 2019 and MS Brain Health will be there. Save the date!


You can follow us on Twitter @MSBrainHealth to keep up with the latest news.
Thank you for your continuing support! 

Gavin Giovannoni, MD
Professor of Neurology and Chair of the MS Brain Health Steering Committee

On behalf of the MS Brain Health Steering Committee: Gavin Giovannoni, Peer Baneke, Helmut Butzkueven, Jodi Haarsten, Jeremy Hobart, Gisela Kobelt, Christoph Thalheim, Tony Traboulsee, Tim Vollmer and Tjalf Ziemssen


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