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The Forgotten Many: A 2020 vision for SPMS

Watch this insightful video from Professor Gavin Giovannoni (Professor of Neurology, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry) and Sue Thomas (Report Author and Co-Founder, MS Academy), summarising the key learnings from an SPMS burden report.

Report detailing the impact of SPMS on patients and the healthcare system, putting forward a number of recommendations identified by a group of leading experts in the area, that can potentially help transform the delivery of SPMS care and patient outcomes.

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Virtual MDT experience sharing

This supplement describes the challenges faced by an established regional service, and how the service was strengthened by moving to a virtual MDT model – with the aim of sharing the key learnings to help others considering a similar change.

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GIRFT and RightCare in MS

Learn more about how the RightCare and GIRFT policies are relevant and influential in MS.

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GIRFT, getting it right first time; MDT, multidisciplinary team; MEGS, medical and educational goods and services; MS, multiple sclerosis; SPMS, secondary progressive multiple sclerosis.

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