Learning

The residential MS MasterClasses are specifically designed to advance your skills in MS. Two types of courses are available, for MS specialist and non-specialist clinicians.

NON-SPECIALIST MS MASTERCLASS 2017
*2 places have become available*

Please email jackeyspiers@neurologyacademy.org to book a place

– Module 1: 7 – 9 June 2017, Sheffield
– Module 2: 12 January 2018, Sheffield (one day) 

*This course is now fully booked, please scroll down for the next non-specialist MS MasterClass course in 2018.

This course is for non-MS specialist neurologists, final year registrars and junior registars. It will advance your understanding of MS through taught sessions and mentorship (a mentor will be appointed for each participant). Attendees will learn about developments in MS and the skills needed to look after MS patients in the general setting across the full disease course. This course will be awarded CPD accreditation from the Royal College of Physicians.

To complete the course delegates must return for Module 2 on 12 January 2018 where they will present their inter-module project/audit to the group. The course is fully funded including travel allowance for clinicians practising in the UK.

See more information here or download the course programme.

 

SPECIALIST MS MASTERCLASS 2017 *Fully Booked*

– Module 1: 22 – 24 November 2017, Sheffield
– Module 2: 15 June 2018, Sheffield (one day) 

*This course is now fully booked, please contact us to register your interest should cancellation places arise or in future such courses.

These courses are for consultants and final-year registrars training to be MS experts to learn how to set up or work within a specialist service. The course will advance understanding of MS through taught sessions and mentorship (a mentor will be appointed for each participant). Attendees will learn about developments in MS and the advanced skills needed to look after MS patients in a specialist setting across the full disease course. This course will be awarded CPD accreditation from the Royal College of Physicians.

To complete the course delegates must return for Module 2 on 15 June 2018 where they will present their inter-module project/audit to the group. The course is fully funded including travel allowance for clinicians practising in the UK.

See more information here or download a course programme.

 

Non-Specialist MS MasterClass 2018

Applications are now open for the MS MasterClass 2018 for non-specialist neurologists.

– Module 1: 26 – 28 June 2018, Sheffield
– Module 2: 7 December 2018, Sheffield (one day) 

This course is for non-MS specialist neurologists, final year registrars and junior registars. It will advance your understanding of MS through taught sessions and mentorship (a mentor will be appointed for each participant). Attendees will learn about developments in MS and the skills needed to look after MS patients in the general setting across the full disease course. This course will be awarded CPD accreditation from the Royal College of Physicians.

To complete the course delegates must return for Module 2 (date TBC) where they will present their inter-module project/audit to the group. The course is fully funded including travel allowance for clinicians practising in the UK.

Programme details to follow shortly. The 2017 course programme gives a guide to the type of content that will be covered.

Click the register button to complete the online application form (opens new window).

 

SPECIALIST MS MASTERCLASS 2018

– Module 1: 14 – 16 March 2018, Sheffield
– Module 2: 6 September 2018, Sheffield (one day) 

These courses are for consultants and final-year registrars training to be MS experts to learn how to set up or work within a specialist service. The course will advance understanding of MS through taught sessions and mentorship (a mentor will be appointed for each participant). Attendees will learn about developments in MS and the advanced skills needed to look after MS patients in a specialist setting across the full disease course. This course will be awarded CPD accreditation from the Royal College of Physicians.

To complete the course delegates must return for Module 2 (date TBC) where they will present their inter-module project/audit to the group. The course is fully funded including travel allowance for clinicians practising in the UK.

Programme details to follow shortly. The 2017 course programme gives a guide to the type of content which will be covered.

Click the register button to complete the online application form (opens new window).

 

HOW ARE THE COURSES TAUGHT?

The courses are taught through a range of learner-centred methods including formal lectures, interactive workshops, and an intermodule project. Additional seminars and learning opportunities will be undertaken more locally with your mentor and through distance learning. Learners must complete an intermodule workplace service project during the si month break before returning to Module 2 to present their findings.

WHAT WILL IT COST?

The courses are fully funded which includes accommodation on the nights during Module 1 and if required the night prior to the course. Your travel grant will be discussed once your application has been approved.

 

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