ECTRIMS / ACTRIMS
EMSP's European Register for Multiple Sclerosis (EUReMS) drew near to the conclusion of its first phase with a dissemination event and two poster presentations organised during the Joint Congress of America's and Europe's Committees for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis - ACTRIMS-ECTRIMS 2014.
The scientists involved with the project since its start in 2010-2011 presented the preliminary results of the EUReMS studies both in front of the project stakeholders and also in the form of poster presentations exhibited before the thousands of participants at Boston-event.
Detailed information on the dissemination event is available here.
Also, information on the poster presentations is available here.
Photo: EMSP President Anne Winslow talking about MS Nurse Pro
The European Multiple Sclerosis Platform (EMSP) announces that 1,500 multiple sclerosis (MS) nurses have enrolled for the ground-breaking online tool, MS Nurse PROfessional, since its launch in 2012. MS Nurse Pro was a key feature on EMSP's agenda at the Joint Congress of America's and Europe's Committees for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis - ACTRIMS-ECTRIMS - held in Boston, US on 10-13 September.
Find out more about MS Nurse Professional and how to promote the project from our special ECTRIMS Media Alert.
The European Multiple Sclerosis Platform was represented at the 29th Congress of the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS), held in Copenhagen, Denmark, between 2-5 October.
EMSP's focus for this edition of ECTRIMS was conveying the importance of its flaghsip projects: centralising and sharing MS-data (EUReMS – European Register for Multiple Sclerosis), encouraging improved access to treatment, care and employment for people with multiple sclerosis (Under Pressure), and emphasising on the necessity of having nurses specialised in treating MS patients (MS Nurse Pro).
It was also an excellent opportunity for EMSP to promote and disseminate its new presentation leaflet, “Raising the voice of people with MS in Europe”.