23. září proběhne první mezinárodní PRISM webinář určený pro pacienty s roztroušenou sklerózou. Jazykem setkání je angličtina. Účast po předešlé registraci je bezplatná.
Shining a light on MS learnings from the COVID-19 pandemic
Thursday 23 September 2021
19:30–20:30 BST | 14:30–15:30 EDT | 20:30–21:30 CEST
Trishna Bharadia, Patient Engagement Consultant and Advocate Living with MS
Dr Aaron Boster, The Boster Center for Multiple Sclerosis
Our first PRISMS webinar, ‘Shining a light on MS learnings from the COVID-19 pandemic’, will look at thisunprecedented time from the perspectives of people living with MS and caregivers. The topics covered will include individuals’ experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the current role of telemedicine in treatment and the possible implications for the future.
PRISMS will be a live TV discussion-style webinar for people living with MS, caregivers, neurologists, nurses, allied healthcare professionals and researchers. This event will feature four short presentations, each followed by a live
discussion and interactive Q&A session.
This webinar will be translated into French, German, Portuguese and Spanish, and all content will be made available on demand after the live event.
Registration is now open! Please share with your friends and colleagues who may wish to attend this event and find out more about future events.
Click here to register for the first PRISMS webinar
Scientific programme (BST)
19:30–19:35 Aaron Boster, USA/ Trishna Bharadia, UK
19:35–19:40 HCP reflection
The COVID-19 pandemic and people with MS – Eva Kubala Havrdová, Czech Republic
19:40–19:45 Patient perspective
My experience as a person with MS during the pandemic – Ardra Shephard, Canada
19:45–19:50 Q&A session
19:50–19:55 HCP perspective
How telemedicine is changing healthcare in MS – Daphne Kos, Belgium
19:55–20:00 Patient reflection
Telemedicine and me – Rachel Horne, UK
20:00–20:05 Q&A session
In-conversation debate: The ‘new normal’ for people with MS and their healthcare – All
Meeting close – Aaron Boster, USA &Trishna Bharadia, UK
From Oxford Health Policy Forum, winner of the PMLiVE Communiqué Award 2021 for
Excellence in Global Education Meetings/Stand-Alone Events