This programme was created in collaboration with UK healthcare professionals and has been developed specifically for nurses and allied health professionals working with patients with multiple sclerosis (MS).


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Symptom management

Bowel dysfunction
Bladder dysfunction
Sexual dysfunction
Gait and balance
Chronic pain
Cognition, speech and language
Visual impairment

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Consultation skills

Difficult conversations
Communication, assessing and motivating patients

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MS background

Spotlight to MS
MS Background I
MS Background II
Relapsing-remitting MS
Progressive MS

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MS management

Case studies
Mental health


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Face-to-face educator led

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Virtual educator led

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Blended learning
(Self-directed and educator discussions)

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Self-directed learning

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My Skills on-the-go Interactive portal


More about the programme

Module handouts and certificates of completion towards the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) or the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and revalidation available.

Below is a short video which will tell you more about the programme.



My Skills is a non-promotional educational programme for UK healthcare professionals funded by Novartis Pharmaceutical UK Limited and created in collaboration with UK Healthcare Professionals.

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