Find out more about the training program here.
Medical Student Summer Clinical Experience(Mentorship) in Multiple Sclerosis
Sponsored by the Greater Northwest Chapter of the National MS Society, the 2016 Medical Student Clinical Experience (Mentorship) in MS is a four-week program that exposes medical students in their pre-clinical years to the field of multiple sclerosis. Click here to read more and apply!
Please join us for our 11th year of the premiere MS-focused conference in the region, attracting an audience of neurologists, physiatrists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and others involved in the search for answers to the complex questions of multiple sclerosis. Click here for more information.
The Society's Information Resource Center (IRC) is not only for people with MS, but also for family members, friends, employers, and health care professionals. Nationwide, the IRC receives more than 200,000 calls per year, many from individuals seeking referrals to professionals who have expertise and interest in multiple sclerosis.
We are continually looking to expand upon the resources in our referral database so that we may continue to provide our clientele with the best service and most accurate information. If you are interested in being listed, please complete one of the following forms:
The cost of living with MS can be expensive. If you are working with someone who needs help paying for something that would help maintain their independence, safety, health or overall quality of life, let us help connect them with what they need.
A quick and easy application is all we need to get the ball rolling, and help completing the form is available if needed. Download the application now, or call 1-800-344-4867 and press 1.
Training for long-term care professionals
The Quality MS Care Toolkit was created specifically for long-term care professionals who work with people living with MS.
Are you a researcher who needs help with recruiting?
We may be able to assist PhD and/or MD-level researchers recruit people with MS and/or family members for appropriate Institutional Review Board (IRB)-approved research/clinical trial studies. Learn more now.