Multiple System Atrophy Health and Care Professionals Study Day
The MSA Trust is pleased to announce details of our 2019 study day for Health and Care professionals. Our programme will look at what MSA is, what it's like to live with and the practical ways that Health and Care professionals can best support people living with the condition. It aims to be an interesting and engaging day with plenty of discussion and opportunities for networking, with an excellent panel of presenters.
The cost is £25.00 which includes a delegate pack, a certificate of attendance, complementary light breakfast and hot lunch with refreshments throughout the day. Our provisional programme can be viewed below.
Please note that if you are booking on behalf of someone else you must enter the name of the person who will be attending on the Eventbrite checkout form. If you are booking tickets for a number of attendees we will contact you following your booking to request their details in order to provide them with study day materials.
We would be grateful if you could let us know about any special dietary requirements, or any other needs, at least two weeks before the event so that we can make provision for you.
If you have any questions at all please contact email@example.com or call 0333 323 4591.
09.30 Registration and Light Breakfast
09.50 Welcome and Housekeeping
10.00 Chris Kobylecki - Consultant Neurologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Neurosciences - Overview of MSA
10.30 Chris Kobylecki - Consultant Neurologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Neurosciences - Clinical Diagnosis and Management of MSA
11.15 Nicola Matheson - Lead Occupational Therapist for Progressive Neurological Conditions - MSA and Occupational Therapy
11.45 Laura Van Nijkerk - Community Speech and Language Therapist - Swallowing and Communication Considerations in MSA
12.15 Philip Roden - Living with MSA
12.30 Colin Tamplin - Caring for a loved one with MSA
13.30 Emma Saunders and Jane Stein - MSA Nurse Specialist and Advocacy Officer - The Role of MSA Nurse Specialists, our Advocacy Service and MSA Needs Survey
14.00 David Oliver - Honorary Professor and Retired Consultant in Palliative Medicine - Palliative care - The Role in MSA
14.30 Jane Murray - Adult Counselling and Bereavement Support Lead - Exploring Anticipatory Grief
15.15 Rachael Moses - Consultant Respiratory Physiotherapist - Managing respiratory complications in people living with MSA
15.50 Summary of Day and Evaluation
If cost is a barrier to your attendance, please contact us at the Trust on the details above.