Modern Thinking in MS Management

From 19:00 Friday 20 November until 16:40 Saturday 21 November 2015

The Palace Hotel, Manchester, UK

The fourth annual Modern Thinking in MS Management meeting, chaired by Professor Carolyn Young and Ms Karen Vernon, is a multidisciplinary meeting open to Consultants, Specialist Registrars and Nurses working in Multiple Sclerosis. This meeting is initiated and funded by Teva UK Limited.

The 2015 meeting will build on the success of previous meetings with scientific plenary sessions and interactive workshops, all led by experts covering topics such as commissioning updates, disease progression and risk management.

Confirmed sessions include:

The NICE process – a personal experience

Dr Jeremy Chataway, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London

How understanding Multiple Sclerosis pathology can influence clinical management

Dr Matt Craner, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford

How to upskill your multidisciplinary team in line with the latest NICE guidance

Dr David Rog, Salford Royal Hospital

Perceptions of clinical risk

Dr Belinda Weller, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh

Ms Samantha Colhoun, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham

Mr George Pepper,

Facilitated by: Dr Martin Duddy, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle

Risk management in a large neurology centre: Minimising risk of complaints and litigation in a clinical setting

Dr Gordon Mazibrada, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham

Managing secondary progression

Dr Jeremy Chataway, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London

Shared decision making in Multiple Sclerosis

Dr Dave Tomson, Collingwood Surgery, Newcastle

Producing evidence for a NICE consultation – tips for the multidisciplinary team

Mrs Jacqui Lyttle, South Devon Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, Torbay

CME accreditation will be applied for from The Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians and The Royal College of Nursing.

For more information and to register to attend this meeting, please visit