• EMSP MS@Work: join us in our first MS at Work Webinar!

    EMSP MS@Work Webinar Work and employment have been part of EMSP’s work for the past 20 years. In particular, we’ve looked at ways to break down barriers by showing the real-life issues people have to deal with. We’ve been ahead of the curve,... read more

  • SAVE THE DATE: EMSP 2019 Annual Conference

    In 2019, the European Multiple Sclerosis Platform marks its 30 years of raising the voice of people with Multiple Sclerosis in Europe. At the eve of the European elections, the MS patient community will be gathering in Vilnius, capital of... read more

  • EMSP Highlights from ECTRIMS 2018

    EMSP Highlights from ECTRIMS 2018 The 34th Congress of the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS) took place in Berlin, Germany on October 10-12, 2018. With an attendance of 9,800 researchers, neurologists,... read more

  • YPN Series: Donna’s story from the United Kingdom

    By our Young People’s Network member & guest author: Amandeep Donna Nahal (UK MS Society)   MS Sessions experience   I can remember entering the hotel in Prague, Czech Republic in November 2017 where the... read more

  • Welcoming remarks from the President

    As President of the European Multiple Sclerosis Platform, I would like to share both the Executive Committee’s and my enthusiasm and commitment in contributing to EMSP’s mission: improving the quality of life of people with MS across Europe... read more

  • News from the Secretariat

    Welcome to Mate We are pleased to announce that Mate Tagaj is joining EMSP in the position of Communications and Membership Officer. Coming from Hungary to Brussels, Mate earned his BA degree in International Relations with a Major in European... read more

  • EMSP endorses Gamian Europe’s Call to Action

    EMSP, as a patient organization advocating on the importance on patient empowerment and the need for a patient centered approach, is pleased to endorse the Call the Action to healthcare professionals to Improving patient empowerment and... read more

  • YPN Series: Susanna’s story from Luxembourg

    The EMSP’s member societies network is a very special network that stretches across Europe. The member societies provide services, information, a place to meet other people with MS, social workers, buddy networks and support to newly diagnosed... read more

  • EMSP at ECTRIMS 2018: 10-12 October, Berlin, Germany

    The 34th Congress of the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS) will take place between 10 and 12 October in Berlin, Germany. ECTRIMS is the world's largest annual international conference devoted to basic and... read more

  • Innovative Drug Delivery Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis

    The N2B-Patch is a project funded by the European Union, which brings together universities, research institutes, SMEs, industry and patients organisations to explore the possibility to have treatments (in MS) that bypass the Blood Brain Barrier... read more

  • EMSP Annual Conference 2018: MS Research: Moving towards a Patient-Centered Approach

    EMSP Annual Conference 2018: MS Research: Moving towards a Patient-Centered Approach More than 120 delegates from more than 20 European countries attended the EMSP Annual Conference 2018, 8-9th June, in Bratislava, Slovakia. Co-hosted by the... read more

  • MS Nurse Pro Poland revamped and back online!

    [caption id="attachment_3791" align="alignnone" width="640"] MS Nurse Pro Poster[/caption] By: Yves Brand After the launch in 2015 the Polish edition of MS Nurse Pro got revamped and we are proud to announce it is now again back online and... read more

  • Policy News: The Value of Treatment Report

    By: Andreea Antonovici The European Brain Council contributed to the World Health Organization 2017 Eurohealth edition with an article on the Value of Treatment, highlighting the importance of health prevention and intervention in reducing... read more

  • Youth Take Charge: EMSP’s Young People’s Network in Action

    By: Emma Rogan Higher! Faster! Louder! It seems that everyone wants to be the very first one, the best, the singular the standout, the BIG ONE. Yet it is when we’re at the heart of a force greater than ourselves, a community, there’s a great... read more

  • MS Sessions 2017 takes over Prague!

    2 days. 30 sessions. 120 participants. 2880 minutes. Buckets of coffee and a lifetime of connections. What happens when you put passionate young MSer’s in a room? Something amazing. It was a weekend of learning, sharing, laughs, inspiration... read more

  • EMSP Highlights from ECTRIMS 2017

    [embed]http:// Last October, EMSP was at ECTRIMS-ACTRIMS 2017 the world’s largest annual international conference devoted to basic and clinical research in multiple sclerosis. During the 3-day conference, we co-hosted a session on the Cost of... read more

  • MS Nurse Pro launches 6th module on rehabilitation

    [caption id="attachment_3791" align="alignnone" width="640"] MS Nurse Pro Brochure[/caption] October 27, 2017 - Paris, France – The European Multiple Sclerosis Platform (EMSP) in partnership with the European Committee for Treatment of... read more

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    EMSP at the European Health Forum Gastein

    3 days, over 500 participants and countless conversations on the future of European health policy. The town of Bad Gastein in Austria once again played host to the 20th annual European Health Forum. Stakeholders from public health to healthcare... read more

  • Logo of European Medicines Agency

    A jam-packed September: updates from EMSP’s meeting with the European Medicines Agency

    EMA’s support to Multiple Sclerosis Registry initiative After almost a year and a half of collaboration and consultations and following-up with a workshop held in July 2017, EMSP is proud to announce that the European Medicine’s Agency... read more

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