Research is extremly important for MS nurses as it allows for a better understanding about how it is implemented in clinical practice and to improve patient outcomes.
The COVID-19 pandemic has indefinitely changed our health system. It has also stimulated MS healthcare professionals to find new solutions to deliver interventions to people with MS. Read exactly how here.
There are a number of different autoimmune disorders with similarities to MS, such as NMOSD and MOGAD. It is important for the nursing community to stay alert and know the particularities of each disorder. Read more about it in our educational blog on the topic.
Guest blogpost written by Megan Roberts, MS Nurse. Living with MS is hard- the role of the MS nurse is to make living with MS a little easier for everyone with MS – not just those on DMTs. MS nursing is part science, part art- and mostly heart.
Flexible learning opportunities allowing individuals to work and study at the same time are very much welcomed by the nursing community. They bring both career development as well as innovative new responses to practical issues. Read about some fo the MS Nurse PRO experiences.
The coping behavior of patients living with MS has been highly connected to the social support they received, especially support by family, friends, or other patients with MS. The Young People's Network started by EMSP offers just that!
It's official, we are adding a new course to our Catalogue! Starting in Octobert, MS Nurse PRO, supported by ECTRIMS is launching an advanced module on 'Research in MS Nursing Practice'.
'How will drinking alcohol affect my MS?' is probably a question our nursing community has heard many times. We have collected a number of facts, research, and tips for you to bare in mind during your next appointment.
A huge welcome to our Hungarian-speaking community members. We are looking forward to hearing and learning from you.
MS Nurse PRO hosted it's Annual MS Nursing Community Gathering on April 29 in English, Dutch, German, Spanish or Romanian! The participants had the opportunity to hear about DMT and connect with other nurses around Europe.
Guest blogpost written by Anika Biel, specialist in urology, med. tumor therapy, sexual medicine, medical quality management. Bladder dysfunction is very common among people with MS. The challenges are varied and can affect up to 95% of patients with MS. Find out more about the link between MS and bladder function, consequences of non-treatment and diagnostic options.
Currently there is no cure for MS. Yet, there are more and more treatments that help patients manage it better. Find our more about the recent treatments.
There have been concerns about the hepatitis B vaccine and its possible association with MS. However, numerous scientific studies and expert panel reviews proved that hepatitis B vaccination does not cause or worsen MS.
Read this interesting whitepaper on the complex role of the MS nurse, based on a collaboration of six MS NPs from clinics across Canada.