Digital skills in clinical neuroscience nursing practice

Digital skills in clinical neuroscience nursing practice


Register today for our upcoming live webinar on digital skills!

Monday 26 February 12:30PM CET (noon) 

In the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare, embracing digital technologies has become a crucial aspect of providing effective patient care. For neuroscience nurses dedicated to the well-being of individuals living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), staying informed about the latest digital tools and resources is essential. We are thrilled to invite you to our upcoming live webinar: "Digital Health in Clinical Neuroscience Nursing Practice."

Event Details:

  • Date and Time: Monday, 26 February at 12:30 PM CET (noon)
  • Platform: Zoom
  • Registration Link: Register Here

Who Should Join? Neuroscience nurses working with people with Multiple Sclerosis within Europe are encouraged to be part of this enriching session.

Why Attend?

  • Access to Trustworthy Digital Information: Gain insights into reliable digital information sources tailored for neuroscience nurses and individuals with Multiple Sclerosis, and learn how to effortlessly navigate them.
  • Best Practices in Digital Applications: Explore the current digital applications utilized in clinical practice by neuroscience nurses, with expert insights on best practices for their effective implementation.
  • Interactive Q&A Session: Seize the opportunity to ask your own questions, share concerns, and engage directly with seasoned professionals in the field.

Confirmed speakers


Noreen Barker, Consultant Nurse at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in London, which is a large neuroscience centre caring for around 5000 people with MS. She has been an MS clinical nurse specialist since 2008 working in both community and acute roles, her background is in urology and continence care.  She has been a member of two National Institute for Health and Care Excellence clinical guideline development groups  (MS, 2014 and Incontinence in Neurological Disease, 2012).

The topic of Noreen's talk will be the utilization of multiple sources of digital information for nurses today within neuroscience to support their clinical practice, and care for people with Multiple Sclerosis. This has transformed care for people with MS (PwMS), and the way in which neurosciences nurses can care for them.

Annick Van Merhaegen-Wieleman, a Multiple Sclerosis Nurse Specialist, has been active in the MS field since 2010. She is associated with the University Hospital of Brussels (a medium-sized center in Belgium specializing in MS care) and has a particular interest in family planning for pwMS and the use of digital apps in chronic conditions.

The topic of Annick's talk will be the use of digital technology for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in practice. As a nurse, digital tools have become indispensable in the field: the exchange of medical information, patient education, or assessments can be facilitated through digitization. There are also numerous eHealth applications available for individuals with MS; which ones are the most practical, and are they effectively utilized?


Whom organises? This session has been created under the supervision of the Chair of the MS Nurse PRO Syllabus Committee, Piet Eelen RN, MSc, CNS-MS. The session is organised by MS Nurse PRO.


The webinar is funded by the IDEAHL Project (Improving Digital Empowerment for Active Healthy Living). The IDEAHL Project is funded by the European Union. 

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